Report: Suspect reenacts Netanya murder before police

March 29, 2013 22:45


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Two days after the death of a 20-year-old woman at the Carmel Hotel in Netanya, police made progress with their investigation when of the two suspects reenacted the murder of Zehava Chikol, Channel 2 reported Friday.

The suspect, a Congo native, led investigators to Room 518 in the hotel where he and the other suspect - a foreign soccer player - were staying. According to the suspect, the two were in the room with Chikol when an argument broke out between the three. According to his account, one of the suspects strangled her to death and threw her out of the the window from the fifth floor.

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