Ya'acov Teitel's friend Aspinoza released to his home

Teitels friend Aspinoza

November 5, 2009 20:40


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The Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) on Thursday released Yosef Aspinoza to his home. American-Israeli Aspinoza, a 47-year-old Shvut Rahel resident and friend of alleged Jewish terrorist Ya'acov "Jake" Teitel, was arrested on Tuesday, reportedly over weapons offenses. Aspinoza's attorney Zion Amir expressed his satisfaction over the Shin Bet's decision to release his client, whose remand was extended by a Petah Tikva court on Wednesday by seven days.

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