A prosecutor's statement was filed against two Rishon LeZion residents in their twenties, ahead of the filing of an indictment against them on charges of aggravated assault on security guards at a club on Kibbutz Galuyot Street in Tel Aviv - an assault that included stabbing and shooting - because they were not allowed to enter the club in the past.
The incident took place last May, when the two suspects, armed with a gun and a knife, arrived at the scene with the intention of attacking security guards, after being denied entry on their previous visits to the site.
Documentation of the attack on security guards at a club in Tel Aviv // Photo: Police Spokesperson's Office
The footage shows them confronting the security guards, and one of the suspects is seen spitting on them and throwing a metal fence at them. They then drove away, and after the security guards went out to search around the club, the suspects pounced on them, stabbed one of them in the abdomen and shot the other in the leg.
Ayalon YLP investigators opened an investigation and after a short time managed to uncover the identities of the suspects, who were arrested and brought in for interrogation. Their detention was extended at the end of the interrogation, and in the coming days an indictment will be filed against them with a request for remand until the end of the proceedings.
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