Two Ukrainian women indicted for murder of Dr. Eli Laluz

January 26, 2012 12:53


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The Tel Aviv District Attorney's Office served indictments in the Tel Aviv District Court on Thursday charging two Ukrainian citizens with the murder of Dr Eli Laluz.

Anna Komshyn, 30 and Marina Tarasenko, 24, are alleged to have murdered Laluz, a 70-year-old French chemistry expert, as part of a plot to rob him. Paramedics found Laluz's body in his burned-out apartment near Tel Aviv's Dizengoff Street in December. He had been first stabbed to death, then his body set alight.

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