Jerusalem: Police arrest couple on suspicion that they abused 14 kids

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 18, 2007 14:58

 
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Police in Jerusalem arrested on Tuesday a man and a woman in their 60's on suspicion that they physically and verbally abused 14 kindergarten children who were under their supervision, Army Radio reported. An undercover investigator who worked as an aide in the kindergarten, documented the couple hitting children, pushing food into their mouths and forcing them to chew, throwing them on beds and threatening that they would sic their dog on them. Last night, the pictures taken by the investigator were presented to the parents of the children, as well as the couple who were arrested this morning.

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