Shots fired at home of ex-underworld figure

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February 15, 2012 19:23

 
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Shots were fired at the home of former underworld boss Roni Harari in the town of Kadima near Netanya on Wednesday. No one was injured in the shooting, but Harari's home was damaged in the attack. Police are investigating.

Harari once headed the notorious Ramat Amidar crime organization, but says he has now left the world of crime. He recently told a number of Hebrew media outlets of the disgust he now feels about criminal activities.

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