Witness: Footprint on Ta'ir Rada does not match that of murder suspect

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 13, 2009 16:31

 
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A British forensics expert for the defendant in the Ta'ir Rada murder trial believes that a shoe-print on Rada's pants was not left by his client, Roman Zadorov. Rada was 14 years old in December 6, 2006 when she was found dead on the floor of a bathroom in a high school in her hometown of Katzrin. Doctor Guy Cooper, testifying on behalf of the defense, added Sunday at the Nazareth District Court that it was possible that the mark was not even a shoe imprint, as it was incomplete. The prosecution stated that the witness's expertise fell short of that of the prosecution, and that an examination of the facts would contradict the expert's conclusions.

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