Supreme Court lifts gag order on name of oldest alleged murdered in Abu Khedir case

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July 20, 2014 20:34

 
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The Supreme Court on Sunday night removed a gag order and permitted the publication of Yossef Haim Ben David as the adult alleged murderer of east Jerusalem teenage Muhammad Abu Khdeir.

On Thursday, the Jerusalem District Attorney’s Office on Thursday filed an indictment with the Jerusalem District Court against three Jews for the nationalist-revenge murder of Muhammad Abu Khdeir earlier in July.

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