On video: new documentation from the assassination of the head of the senior crime organization Bnei Shlomo.
(According to Article 27A of Copyright)
For years, Eyal Nagar has been considered one of the leaders of the Bnei Shlomo criminal organization, which was eliminated in October 2022. Since Shlomo was murdered, Nagar has been trying to establish his position as his successor in the organization.
After a period when some members of Shlomo's crime organization went "underground", Nagar has recently been trying to stabilize the organization and there is a real threat to his life from the members of Shalom Domerani's crime organization, the brothers Lavi and Michael Mor.
A carpenter was arrested this week by Lakish police officers on the suspicion that, together with other suspects, he planted an explosive device in an apartment building in Ashdod as an act of revenge for an incident that occurred a month before when his car was set on fire by a man who is suspected of belonging to Domerani's organization.
One of the directions of the investigation revealed by the Lakish District
It was that the car was set on fire only to get Nagar out of his place and then try to hurt him, meaning the arson was to lure Nagar out of his hiding place and then eliminate him as well.
Shalom Domerani (Photo: Flash 90, Gideon Markovich)
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Lachish police officers arrested the person who set fire to Nagar's car and indicted him. Nagar, on suspicion, tried to take revenge and placed a bomb at the door of the accused's house. The police are directing most intelligence efforts after the assassination of Bnei Shlomo towards the rivalry between Nagar and the coalition The crime against him.
There is a long-standing rivalry between Nagar "The Heir" and the people of Domarni-Lavi-Moor. His opponents point the finger of blame at Nagar as being responsible for burying the explosive device at the wedding of the criminal Amos Lavi in Rehovot a year ago. In the world of crime, Nagar has become the most threatened figure in the southern region and in the war Among the criminal organizations, the police and the Lachish District Court are also aware that Nagar is in the coalition's sights.
For many years Nagar was considered the finance and execution man of Bnei Shlomo's organization.
The police estimate that the rival criminal organizations are trying to take over the areas where Shlomo ruled until he was murdered at the gas station near the area about three months ago.
A suspect associated with Shalom Domarni's organization was also recently arrested for threats.
The Lachish Police Department prepares for any scenario, even that of those who remain in Shlomo's organization, including execution of a revenge killing.
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