Karadi to check allegations against Sela's captors

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December 9, 2006 11:19

 
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Police Chief Insp.-Gen. Moshe Karadi told Israel Radio on Saturday that he intended to look into reports that police, after capturing escaped serial rapist Benny Sela on Friday, treated the convict in a "degrading" manner. Many journalists and spectators who gathered at the Nahariya police station, where Sela was first taken after he was caught at a police roadblock, said that police escorting the prisoner appeared to be holding Sela "on display." Karadi said that he had not witnessed the alleged behavior, but that he would inspect pictures from the scene.

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