Prime suspect in Border Guard hazing case, on house arrest
Border Guard officer Yarden Saror, arrested for alleged involvement in the hazing of two officers who finished basic training, has been released and put on house arrest. The three additional officers were put on house arrest earlier.


The police investigations unit's spokeswoman said in the deliberations held at the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court that Saror was the most dominant in the incident and that others involved in the incident must be questioned as well. The suspect's father claimed that his son is a blamelessly outstanding soldier. (Noam Dvir)