Yigal Amir allowed child by art. insemination

March 7, 2006 10:47


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The Prison Authority gave permission Tuesday for Yitzchak Rabin's assassin Yigal Amir and his wife Larissa Trimbobler to have a child by artificial insemination. The decision was made at the suggestion of the state prosecutor. In light of this decision, Amir plans to file a case to the High Court for the right to conjugal visits with his wife, said his lawyer Shmuel Casper. Amir won his previous case in the High Court, which was about the possibility of marriage to Trimbobler.

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