Wed Dec 19, 2012, 12:10 AM
Scurrilous (27,938 posts)
Police arrest 3 'price-tag' suspects
Lengthy investigation in case involving desecration of West Bank mosque leads to suspects' arrest
"Three men were brought before the Jerusalem Magistrates Court Tuesday, for allegedly committing acts of "price tag" vandalism.
The men – Aaron Sadigurky (21), Yehiel Lex (22) and Nathanael Kellerman (19) were arrested some two weeks ago for allegedly setting fire to a car in the village of Dhahiriya near Hebron and spraying graffiti on a mosque.
According to details revealed in the arraignment, Sadigurky, Lex and Kellerman were the subjects of a lengthy police investigation, as the car with which they were systematically vandalizing property was known to the police. The car, a red Subaru, had given the case the nickname "The Red Japanese," and is now key evidence in the case.
Not long after the wall of a mosque was desecrated, an IDF unit identified the perpetrators' Subaru in a nearby village. The police then started trailing the vehicle, consequently linking it to the crime in Dhahiriya, where a cab was set on fire and a graffiti referencing to a rightwing activist – arrested for a different act of vandalism – was sprayed.
When intelligence information pertaining to the suspects' intention to harm Palestinians reached police forces in early December, a Central Control Unit force was sent after them and arrested them near Samua."
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|R. Daneel Olivaw||Dec 2012||#1|
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Wed Dec 19, 2012, 12:16 AM
R. Daneel Olivaw (12,012 posts)
1. From the article.
The force found flammable substances in the suspects' car, along with cans of spray-paint and fake weapons, apparently used for deterrence in case of need.
Dumb. Fake weapons can get you really dead.