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Three of six Israeli Jews arrested in teen murder released since not involved

Three of six Israeli Jews arrested in teen murder released since not involved

We have previously reported Six Israeli Jews arrested in murder of Palestinian teen.

Police now have determined that three of the six were not involved in the murder, and have been released on home confinement since they may be implicated indirectly to a group to which the actual murderers belonged.

The Times of Israel reports:

Three of the six people arrested Sunday in connection with the murder of East Jerusalem teen Muhammed Abu Khdeir were released to house arrest Thursday after police determined they had not taken part in the killing, despite being linked to those suspected in the crime.

The three remaining suspects, one adult from the West Bank settlement of Adam and two minors from Jerusalem, were certainly behind the deadly assault of the Arab teen, police asserted. The three prime suspects in the killing confessed to the crime and reenacted it after they were brought by police to the spot in the Jerusalem Forest where Khdeir’s beaten and burned body was found, officials said.

Needless to say, the usual suspects are falsely reporting the story as the murderers being released:

Meanwhile, the murderers of the three kidnapped Israeli teens remain on the loose.

(Gil-ad Shaar, Eyal Yifrach and Naftali Fraenkel)

(Gil-ad Shaar, Eyal Yifrach and Naftali Fraenkel)

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Call the liars on it, every time. This has to become an automatic and immediate answer for the faux-reporting.

The positive side of this mess is that people are waking up to the false advertising campaign indulged in by Hamas, other Islamists and their fellow-travelers.

I recommend mentioning more of the details. One father said his son was arrested because he happened to spend the week-end at his relatives and was there when the police came.

One should point out that they were not allowed access to lawyers until Sunday.

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