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Prosecution witness in Netanyahu trial killed in aircraft crash in Greece

CM 14/09/2021


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The bodies of two people were reportedly recovered after a small private Israeli aircraft crashed near the eastern Aegean island of Samos on Monday evening, according to Greek media.
The plane, a Cessna 172, reportedly departed from Israel and “encountered a problem on the approach to the island’s airport,” crashing nearby.
The victims of the crash were a married couple, named Haim and his wife Esti Garon. Haim, a former deputy director of the Communications Ministry, served as a prosecution witness in the Netanyahu trial.

Garon was not viewed as one of the key witnesses in the case, and his death will not prevent the case from proceeding. The most important witnesses from the communication industry are Shlomo Filber and Avi Berger. After that, there are several deputy Communications Ministry officials, of which Garon was one of several. However, he was going to testify for the communications ministry section of the case.
“We spotted debris of the aircraft into the sea about a mile south from the airport,” a coast guard official told Reuters.
It is unclear what this problem was, though the evidence seems to point to a technical issue with the engine, CNN reported.
 The Greek island of Samos. (credit: PIXABAY) The Greek island of Samos. (credit: PIXABAY) 
According to reports, a search and rescue team has been dispatched, including local volunteers.
There were no other passengers on the plane, reports indicated. 
This is a developing story. Please check back for more updates. 

Source: Jerusalem Post

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