Hair was found at the scene of the murder of a 13-year-old girl in 2006, for which a man upholding his innocence spent more than ten years in prison, was linked to the partner of the person who says he passed away long ago. committed the crime.
The results of a DNA test performed on the bulb were handed over to the defense and the prosecution in the retrial of Roman Zadorov for the murder of Tair Rada, whose dramatic transformation has taken over Israel.
The Ministry of Health says that the Abu Kabir Institute of Forensic Medicine examined a hair found at the site of the murder of a 13-year-old girl 16 years ago and submitted its results to a court reviewing the trial of the convicted killer.
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The ministry said the tests were carried out using advanced technology at the request of the defense and with the approval of former attorney general Avishai Mandelblit.
The ministry said it could not release the test results due to ongoing legal procedures.
However, the Israeli press claimed that of the 18 samples analyzed, one matched that of a man named Adir Habbani and not the accused Roman Zadorov, who always maintained he was not guilty of killing Rada. in 2006.
The other 17 samples matched the victim’s DNA.
Rada was found dead in a school latrine in Katzrin in the Golan Heights in 2006 with cuts to the neck, stabs to the body and severe blows to the head.
The case of Rada’s murder has long infuriated the country, due to the brutal manner in which the girl was killed and the persistent allegations by some that Zadorov is not guilty of the murder.
His lawyers, along with thousands of others, insist that Zadorov is accused of an act he did not commit and that the real culprit is Olga Kravchenko, whose identity was blocked by a court decision and who was classified as “good”.
Habani is Kravchenko’s ex-boyfriend.