Tel Aviv court indicts mob boss, 5 others for crimes including murder

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August 21, 2016 13:46

 
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Israeli underworld kingpin Moti Hasssin was among six defendants indicted Sunday in the Tel Aviv District Court for offenses related to a spree of crimes, including murder.

Among the offenses that the defendants face are murder, injury with grave intent, conspiracy to murder, accessory to a murder, weapons offenses, burglary and motor vehicle theft.



Along with Hassin, the indictment was filed against Rishon Lezion resident Amit Fogle, 30, Bat Yam residents Yehoshua Ravi, 32, and Shlomo Niamchik, 33, along with Shlomo Gabrieli, 30 from Tel Aviv .

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