Tair Rada case: DNA found at murder scene identified

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 Tair Rada case: DNA found at murder scene determined

The Abu Kabir Forensic Institute has received the results of an analysis of hair found 16 years ago at the site of the Tahir Rada murder. This is reported by the Israeli Ministry of Health. The results of the sample were submitted to the court for a retrial of Roman Zadorov, accused of murdering a 13-year-old girl in Katsrin.

According to the Ministry of Health, the study was conducted using advanced technology at the request of the defense and with the approval

According to media reports, the DNA belongs to Olya Kravchenko's former partner, Adir Khabani.

, and not to the defendant Roman Zadorov, who assured of his innocence in the murder of Tahir Rada in 2006.

It should be recalled that the girl was found dead in a toilet stall at her school in Katsrin in 2006 with cuts on her neck , stab wounds all over the body and strong blows to the head.

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