Jewish terrorist Tytell appeals murder conviction

Jewish terrorist Jack Tytell on Tuesday appealed his conviction and his two life sentences for murdering Palestinians to the Supreme Court.
On April 9, the Jerusalem District Court sentenced Jack Tytell on Tuesday to two life sentences and an additional 30 years in prison for the murder of two Palestinians and an assortment of other crimes.
Just before the sentence was handed down, Tytell said he had no regrets and was proud of what he had done.
Although he was only formally sentenced on Tuesday, he was convicted on January 16.
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