Seven arrested in Haifa as Satanic suspects

When police searched the apartment, they found Satanic and neo-Nazi symbols, including pages torn from a Bible that had been used as toilet paper.

By MIRIAM BULWAR DAVID-HAY (TRANSLATED)
June 22, 2008 11:36

Seven people were arrested in a Haifa apartment recently on suspicion of belonging to a Satanic cult, reports Yediot Haifa. The six men and one woman, all aged 18 to 20, were arrested after neighbors at the Rehov Allenby apartment building complained about the noise coming from a party held on June 6, a number identified with Satanism. According to the report, when police searched the apartment, they found Satanic and neo-Nazi symbols, including pages torn from a Bible that had been used as toilet paper. Police seized computers from the group and are continuing their investigation.


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