Cmdr. Mizrahi to testify before Zeiler commission

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 7, 2006 17:11

 
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Cmdr. Moshe Mizrahi was expected to testify before the Zeiler committee on Tuesday on the matter of police conduct during the investigation of the Perinian brothers and their alleged recruitment of a police officer to commit murder. Mizrahi's testimony was expected to be followed by Insp.-Gen. Moshe Karadi's as well as that of other police officers, Army Radio reported. Oded and Sharon Perinian were suspected of recruiting former policeman Tzahi Ben-Or to kill their rival, Pinhas Buhbout. The brothers were also suspected of trying to do away with Ben-Or after they supposedly believed he was cooperating with other crime families.

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