Mulner charged with possession of a gun, conspiracy to commit a crime
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Senior crime figure Amir Mulner and nine of his men were indicted Wednesday morning in the Tel Aviv District Court with conspiracy to commit a crime and possession of a gun, as well as a third offense.
During a raid on the home of Mulner associate Eli Reuven on November 24, police recovered recordings from Reuven's own CCTV footage, which showed Mulner and a number of other suspects attempting to wrap a gun and silencer in a towel and hide them in a jerry can.
Mulner is a prime suspect in last month's car bomb assassination of senior mob kingpin Ya'acov Alperon, though police have not officially linked his arrest to the hit at this stage.
Yaakov Lappin contributed to this report.
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