W. Bank man suspected of making 17,000 prank calls to cops

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
June 13, 2010 08:59

 
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A Palestinian man who is alleged to have called a police operator 17,000 times over four months to curse her before hanging up was brought to the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court on Friday where his remand was extended until Monday.

The suspect, a resident of the West Bank village of Yatta, was arrested in Hebron earlier in the week.

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