State may release felons for map to find body

April 23, 2012 13:32


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The state has signed an agreement pardoning two convicted felons on condition that the two provide the state information that helps the state locate the body of a person who the police until now have designated as missing, Army Radio reported Monday.

Boaz Konig, the attorney representing the two as well as a third prisoner involved in the deal, told Army Radio Monday that the two convicts were paying him to represent the third prisoner as well in order that the third prisoner, the actual source on where the body in question is hidden, would pass on the details to the two who would then pass on the details to the authorities.

The deal was signed weeks ago, but has still not been fully implemented as the third prisoner has refused to provide the authorities with a detailed map leading to the burial spot of the missing person.

At this point, the state has succeeded in exposing the identity of the third prisoner and is considering involving the Shin Bet and the police in handling the matter.

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