Tel Hashomer doctors suspect twin babies were abused

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January 19, 2012 18:00

 
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Doctors at Tel Hashomer hospital suspected that a pair of hospitalized four-month-old twins, were abused, Army Radio reported Thursday. The twins were rushed to hospital Wednesday evening when one of them was in a very serious condition.

Professor Gidi Porat, Director of Intensive Care at the hospital said that they have not ruled out the possibility that the babies suffer from a disease. The lawyer representing the parents, Zion Amir, vehemently denied allegations.

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