Court postpones trial of suspected killers of Margeurita Lautin

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October 30, 2008 12:12

 
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The Tel Aviv District Court on Thursday postponed the trial of the suspected killers of Marguerita Lautin until June 2009. The defense team for suspects Ronen Ben-Adi and Shimon Sabah asked the court to put off the proceedings due to the complexity of the evidence. Ben-Adi and Sabah, considered members of the Abergil crime family, are suspected of arriving at the Bat Yam beach with the intention of assassinating several members of a rival crime organization. According to the indictment, the two opened fire but missed their targets and instead hit Lautin, who was at the beach with her family.

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