Woman who stabbed pregnant friend to death, found guilty

By RON FRIEDMAN
February 10, 2011 18:20

 
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Having failed to convince the judges that she was suffering from a psychotic episode, 25-year-old Adi Benita was convicted, Thursday, for the murder of her friend Talia Abramowitz.

The three-judge panel of the Tel Aviv District Court found Benita guilty of stabbing to death Abramowitz, who was pregnant at the time, in her apartment in Bnai Brak, in December 2008, following an argument over Abramowitz’s relations with a mutual friend.


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