Police to request indictment for Tzanani, remand extension

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August 25, 2011 10:53

 
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Singer Margalit Tzanani was scheduled to appear before the Petah Tikva Magistrate's court on Thursday where police representatives were expected to recommend to prosecutors that she be indicted.

Tzanani is suspected of turning to acquaintances from the organized crime world to extort and threaten her agent over a financial dispute. She denies the suspicions.

Police will request that Tzanani's remand be extended five days until she is indicted.

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