Suspicious object under Mulner's car - not a bomb

By YIGAL GRAYEFF
April 6, 2006 21:37

 
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After investigating a suspicious object found under a car parked under crime boss Amir Mulner's house, police sappers found that it was not a bomb. Two weeks ago, a car bomb exploded in Netanya, killing one and wounding another member of the rival Abergil suspected underworld organization. The situation has become so noticeable that in February the US added a paragraph about organized crime to its Israel travel warning, saying that violent confrontation between underworld organizations has led to the death and injury of innocent bystanders.

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