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State to pardon prisoners for information on missing body

Prosecutor's Office to grant amnesty to two prisoners in exchange for crucial information regarding whereabouts of missing Israeli citizen's body

The State Prosecutor's Office recently signed an agreement with two prisoners from the Shatta Prison who claim to have crucial information regarding the burial site of a missing Israeli citizen.


According to the agreement, which was signed by the director of the Department of Pardons at Israel's Ministry of Justice, Emi Palmor, one of the prisoners, who is serving a life sentence, declared that he had reliable information regarding the location of the body and that it is located within Israel.


The prisoner is further required to hand over a map with the specific location of the body.


In the agreement the prisoner had to declare that he was not involved in the murder and in turn the State agreed not to question the prisoner about his information source.


The second prisoner is currently serving a 16-year sentence for drug trafficking.


According to the agreement, if the body is indeed found in the location the two prisoners pointed out, the State will work towards granting them amnesty.





פרסום ראשון: 04.22.12, 23:24
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