Marie Pisem: 'I miss my baby, I can't believe he did that to my baby.'

September 4, 2008 12:57


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Marie Pisem, mother of missing four-year-old Rose Pisem missing since May, was brought before the Ramle Magistrate's Court on Thursday for a remand extension of seven days, as requested by police. Pizem is suspected of involvement in the murder of her daughter Rose along with her husband Ronnie Ron, also in police custody. According to Israel Radio, the mother was seen crying and was recorded as saying in English: "I miss my baby. I can't believe he did that to my baby." Marie Pisem's lawyer told the radio station that the investigators in the case have been employing emotional manipulation techniques, including telling her that her husband is now having sexual relations with female prison guards and not with her and that he would get out before she did, among other things. The lawyer charged that these claims by interrogators have caused her client to suffer severe emotional distress and do not help with the investigation in any shape or form.

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