The Supreme Court rejected an appeal submitted by six terrorists release in the Gilad Shalit deal. The state is asking for legal sanction to re-arrest the killers and to jail them for the rest of their sentences. Chief Justice Asher Grunis said the appeal would be correctly submitted to the Haifa District Court, but did not voice an opinion of the legality surrounding returning the murderers to prison.
The Haifa District Court will hear the case tomorrow.Jewish Press News Briefs
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