Suspects in murder of toddler and aunt released

September 25, 2006 12:19


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The five suspects in the murder case of 3-year-old Leah Kataib and her aunt Nadia Galibov were released from custody on Monday due to a lack of evidence. Galibov and her three-and-a-half-year-old niece were gunned down in 2005, seemingly in a case of mistaken identity. Underworld assassins apparently mistook the family car owned by Galibov's brother, Ariel Kataib, which was returning from a family celebration, to be the vehicle of alleged crime boss Itzik Abergil.

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