Relatives of fire victim call on A-G to probe gov't

December 13, 2010 14:15


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The father and father-in-law of Topaz Even-Hen Klein who died in the Carmel forest bus fire on Monday called on the Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein to investigate top government officials for the deaths of 43 people who lost their lives in their fire.

In a letter sent by the two family members, Ze'ev Even-Hen and Haim Klein request Weinstein order the police to investigate Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Defense Minister Ehud Barak, Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz and Interior Minister Eli Yishai for acts of negligence which led to the deaths of 43 individuals during the wildfire.

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