Woman who threatened Bennett released to house arrest

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 Woman who threatened Bennett released under house arrest

A woman who was arrested and charged in May with sending threats and bullets to then Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and his family has been released under house arrest.
< br /> The Times of Israel reports.

Ilana Sporta Hania, a 65-year-old retired nurse from Ashkelon, sent two threatening letters to the Bennett family. She was accused of extortion and illegal possession of firearms.

Under the terms of house arrest, a woman must wear an electronic bracelet on her leg. She is also forbidden to use a smartphone and the Internet.

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