Vanunu's remand extended until the end of June

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March 30, 2011 10:26

 
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The Tel Aviv District court has extended the remand of David Vanunu, who heads of the Tax Authority's National Investigations and Field Intelligence Branch, until the end of June, Israel Radio reported Wednesday. Vanunu was accused two weeks ago tax fraud and breech of trust, extortion and conspiracy to commit a crime.

The court has not yet decided whether to heed the prosecution's request to extend Vanunu's remand until the end of proceedings against him.

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