Man beat to death outside TA club

Two others wounded in fight; police searching for suspects.

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May 22, 2010 12:20
Man beat to death outside TA club

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Tel Aviv police are searching for suspects in the beating death of a man involved in a brawl outside a nightclub in the city Friday night.

Police said the 36-year-old Or Yehuda resident, who had a criminal record of violent offenses, was involved in a brawl inside the "Lobby" nightclub on Carlebach street Friday night which spilled out into the street. At some point the man suffered severe trauma to his head and collapsed in the street bleeding from his wounds. 

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Paramedics who arrived at the scene attempted to revive the victim but he succumbed to his injuries shortly thereafter. Two of the victim’s friends were also wounded in the fight and were taken to Ichilov Hospital for treatment.

Police who arrived on the scene closed the club and took in a number of people for questioning, including the club's owners.

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