Police want Harpaz's remand extended by 10 days

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August 24, 2010 13:40

 
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The remand hearing for Boaz Harpaz, accused of forging the "Galant document," was delayed on Tuesday while police and Harpaz's attorney tried to come to an agreement on the number of days he should be detained, Israel Radio reported.

Police are requesting that Harpaz's remand be extended 10 days. 

In addition to forgery charges, police suspect Harpaz of obstructing an investigation and attempting to tamper with witnesses.


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