Haifa court extends remand of Korido brothers suspected of sexual offenses

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March 18, 2009 17:30

 
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The Haifa Magistrate's Court on Wednesday extended the remand of brothers Oren and Shlomi Korido, both with a criminal record of sexual offenses against minors, on suspicion that they sexually abused a 13-year-old boy. Police made the arrest after the young boy told a policeman who saw him arrive at the Korido brothers' house in Haifa, that he feared Shlomi and Oren, who had sodomized and molested him in the past and who told him he must come to their home. Several months ago, Shlomi was released from jail after completing a prison sentence of 18 months. He was convicted of taking naked photographs of young boys.

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