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Sunday, August 15, 2010

'Uri Brodsky' free to go to Israel

'Uri Brodsky,' the alleged Mossad agent who was extradited from Poland to Germany to face charges of forging a passport in connection with the liquidation of 'Palestinian' terrorist Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, has been freed on bail in Germany and is free to travel - including to Israel.
The suspect known by the name Uri Brodsky is free to travel wherever he wants while judicial proceedings against him in Germany continue, Rainer Wolf, a spokesman for Cologne prosecutors, told The Associated Press.

"He can return to Israel today if he wants to," Wolf said.

However, he cautioned that Brodsky could face spying charges if he leaves Germany and later returns. At the moment, Brodsky only faces charges relating to passport fraud because that was the only offense on which Poland agreed to extradite him.

Wolf said both prosecutors and the court agreed on the release. He declined to disclose the amount of the bail paid.


Wolf said that Brodsky would still have to face the spying accusations if he leaves Germany and later returns, or if he is arrested in a third country that agrees to extradite him to Germany on those charges.
In other words, if he returns to Israel, he likely cannot leave.

At a wedding a couple of weeks ago, someone pointed out Michael Bodenheimer - the man whose passport 'Brodsky' allegedly forged - to me.


At 5:12 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

He can probably never return to Germany. Not that he would want to.

For Dubai police chief Khalfan al Tamim, its another setback in his efforts to determine what alleged Israelis took part in al Mahbouh's assassination in Dubai earlier this year.



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