Bereaved father claims Kfar Saba mayor beat him

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 19, 2007 15:28

 
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A bereaved father has filed a police complaint against Kfar Saba Mayor Yehuda Ben-Hamo, claiming that he hit him, Israel Radio reported on Friday. Amnon Haba said he had come to Ben-Hamo's office to complain about delays in constructing a monument in memory of his son, and that he had required medical treatment and spent time at the hospital as a result of Ben-Hamo's beating. According to Ben-Hamo, Haba had come to his office without an appointment and begun screaming and throwing a fit, causing damage to the office.

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