Released Israeli backpacker arrives in Israel from India

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 24, 2012 09:05

 
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Israeli backpacker Nurit Toker arrived back in Israel Monday night after a nearly three-month legal ordeal that ended this week when the Bombay High Court ordered her release.

Toker was arrested late last year when Indian police discovered M-16 ammunition in her bag. She claimed she had not been aware of the bullets in her bag.

Toker had flown from Israel to Mumbai with the cartridges undetected in her belongings, and they were only discovered when she entered the Mumbai airport again to fly to Kathmandu.

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