Suspect: Police must find the real driver of hit-and-run

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August 21, 2012 14:38

 
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Shushan Baraby on Tuesday denied driving the car that struck three women in Netanyahu on Friday, leaving them all dead.

"I'm not the driver." Baraby said. "The police must do their job and find the real driver."

The Petah Tikva Magistrate's Court on Tuesday extended Baraby's remand by 10 days, just three days less than the 13 days asked for by police.

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