Rada murder suspect remanded for six more days

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January 4, 2007 16:51

 
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Roman Zadorov, the suspected killer of Katzrin schoolgirl, Tair Rada, was remanded for six more days in custody on Thursday afternoon. 13-year-old Rada was found stabbed to death in the Nofei Golan High School bathroom on December 6. On December 20, police extracted a confession from 29-year-old Zadorov, who admitted to murdering the eighth-grader in a bathroom at the high school and even reenacted the crime. But less than a day later, Zadorov recanted. Since then, the 29-year-old Russian immigrant has claimed that police pressured him in to a false confession.

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