Maher Talhami, who represents one of the suspects, said that a few days ago the entire dossier was transferred to the State Prosecutor's Office, a step which indicates that the investigation was over.
"The house arrest was supposed to end on Friday, but because the investigation was over, we decided that there is no point in keeping the suspects in custody. To our delight, the State Prosecutor's Office and the police did not oppose the decision and the court ordered their release and the lifting of all restrictions," he said.
During the 13 months since the lynching of Natan-Zada, the police were investigating those who killed the Jewish terrorist and trying to bring to their indictment.
The arrest of the seven, which was highly publicized, was severely criticized by the residents of Shfaram, who said that even if the suspects were involved in killing Natan-Zada, they were acting in self defense. The police, however, maintained they were involved in murder.
The prosecution will decide if there is sufficient evidence in the material obtained by the police to indict the suspects and to what degree.