Murderer of Israeli youth gets 2 life sentences

July 1, 2007 17:37


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Iham Kamamji was sentenced by Judea Military Court to two consecutive life sentences for kidnapping and shooting the teenager Eliyahu Asheri. Kamamji was also convicted for conspiracy to commit a suicide attack using a car bomb. Kamamji confessed and was convicted for a series of offenses, including conspiracy to commit deliberate manslaughter, deliberate manslaughter, attempted kidnapping and using firearm against a person. Kamamji said during his trial "the teen I murdered was not a boy. He studied in an Israeli Air Force military college. I will not be the first nor the last, so long as the occupation continues."

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