Report: State may nix immunity deal with Bar Noar witness

June 22, 2013 16:25

The State Attorneys Office is considering canceling the immunity agreement made with the key witness in the Bar Noar shooting case, after he fled a safe house on Wednesday and remains missing, Channel 10 reported on Friday.

Should the agreement be canceled, he would be declared a hostile witness and be tried for charges that had been canceled under the deal with state prosecutors.The witness, a relative of one of the three suspects, helped police break the four-year-old case when he came forward saying that he had helped plan the shooting and knew the identities of the suspects. At the time, he was in jail for an unrelated violent crime.

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