A serious indictment was filed today (Thursday) against Uri Yaari, 44, from Kfar Truman. The indictment describes how Yaari approached two residents of Beit Hanina in East Jerusalem to run over his wife and cripple her because of their divorce. It was agreed between the parties that Yaari would pay the two 300,<> shekels. The plan was not implemented due to Yaari's refusal to pay the down payment before carrying out the "work".
The indictment filed by the State Prosecutor's Office with the Petah Tikva Magistrate's Court indicates that Yaari and his wife, who live separately, have recently been conducting divorce proceedings. About a month ago, Yaari came to Hebron to repair his car. He told the owner of the garage that his separation made it difficult for him to go through the divorce process and asked him if he could find people for him who would stage a car accident and run over his separation. According to the indictment, Yaari told the garage owner: "Neutralize her, so that she will remain disabled."
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The owner of the garage connected Yaari to two men, residents of Beit Hanina in East Jerusalem. The indictment describes a meeting at the home of one of them in Beit Hanina. "At this meeting, the details of the plan were agreed so that the woman would be severely injured and would result in her being disabled. As a result, they demanded NIS 300,120 from the defendant for executing the plan and realizing the relationship, and an advance payment of NIS 45,<>. The defendant said that he did not pay before the plan was carried out, for fear that they would run away with his money." It is also described that the two made it clear to him that they had to purchase a car at a cost of <>,<> shekels – the vehicle that was supposed to harm his separation. It was agreed that the owner of the garage would be a guarantor to Yaari, that he would transfer the funds.
In the next stage, Yaari's separation is monitored. According to the indictment, the two men "located her place of residence and studied her movements and even hired a man to drive a vehicle that would hit her."
Fortunately for his separation, Yaari refused to pay a down payment for running her over. Because of this, the two men came to his house about two weeks ago and demanded that he pay the advances he had promised. Yaari called the police and reported that he was being threatened. When the police arrived, the whole story began to become clear.
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Yaari is charged with conspiracy to commit a crime. He is also charged with an offense of invasion of privacy, for attaching a GPS device to his aunt's car to track her steps. We'll fix it! If you find a mistake in the article, please share with us