Vigilante policemen who hit back at underworld get a year in jail

Vigilante policemen who

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October 25, 2009 09:06

 
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The Haifa District Court on Sunday sentenced four policemen who planted pipe bombs on the windowsill and underneath the car of two underworld figures in Nahariya to a year in jail. The four, who accused the mobsters of attacking their families and other policemen in the city, also got a one-year suspended sentence. The defendants, Rami Mousa, Eldad Hadad, Yossi Levy and Yaniv Bashur, were convicted in July.

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