Report: Well known singer hired mob to get back debt

August 16, 2011 10:28


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Police arrested several members of the alleged crime organization led by Amir Mulner and a famous singer, Army Radio reported on Tuesday.

According to the report, the suspects were hired by the singer to retrieve debts owed to her.

Police raided the singer's home and those of the organized crime suspects, the report said.

Police said in a statement only that "following an undercover investigation, a number of suspects were arrested by the National Economic Crimes Unit and the Lahav 433 Unit following an undercover investigation. They are suspected of extortion using threats and conspiracy to commit a crime.

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