Report: Boy may have been at Rada murder scene

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 1, 2007 17:46

 
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The family of Ta'ir Rada, 14, who was found murdered in a bathroom stall at her Golan Heights school, was informed on Monday by the private detective they hired that a boy may have been at the murder scene close to the time Tair was killed. According to the detective's report, Ta'ir had attempted to open one of the stalls' doors and a boy's voice had informed her that it was occupied. The attorney of main suspect Roman Zadorov, whose remand was extended for another week on Friday, said that he had been aware of the report that a boy was in the bathroom close to the time of Ta'ir's murder.

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