Topaz allegedly set up company to track television show presenters

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June 5, 2009 12:02

 
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Dudu Topaz allegedly set up a large private detective company in order to gather information on television show presenters Tzvika Hadar, Erez Tal and Avri Gilad, it emerged from the probe of the entertainer arrested earlier this week on charges of ordering assaults on three other senior media personalities. Police said Thursday that Topaz had planned on sending hired goons to assault at least three more popular television show presenters and that Hadar, Tal and Gilad were allegedly on his hit list.

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