Trial of Rada murder suspect postponed by a month

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 6, 2007 11:17

The Nazareth District Court on Tuesday morning postponed the trial of Roman Zadorov, the main suspect in the murder of Katzrin student Ta'ir Rada, by another month in order to give his attorney more time to review the materials of the case. According to the charges against him, Zadorov allegedly slit the eighth-grader's throat and stabbed her to death last December in the bathroom at the Nofei Golan high school where she was a student. Zadorov has been in custody for nearly three months. He has confessed to the murder twice, but retracted his confession both times.


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