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WANTED FOR MURDER ERIC RUBIC AND CLAUDE ISAAC KHAYAT

September 16, 2011 was a Friday. At 7:30 AM Lee Zeitouni a lively, beautiful young women was on her way to work in Tel Aviv. At the same time French citizens on vacation were speeding wildly through Tel Aviv and Ramat Gan streets in a black BMW X6 SUV.

Behind the wheel was Cluade Isaac Khayat (40) and next to him was Eric Rubic (38) owner of the vehicle. As the car sped into a main street in Tel Aviv it hit Lee throwing her into the opposite side of the street. She was left dying on the street, emergency crews that arrived at the scene tried to save her but she passed away on route to the hospital. The two never stopped or even slowed down.

Instead, Cluade Isaac Khayat and Eric Rubic, the coward slime bags that they are, hurried to their luxury rental, packed up their belongings, families and hurried to the airport. They bordered the first flight to Geneva and from there to Paris.

From their hiding place they expressed their “remorse” and said they were French citizens and would be happy to stand trial in France. That has not happened yet. Now the murdering bastards called a press conference announcing that they have no intention of returning to Israel. Apparently they are afraid for their life.

Please take a good look at these guys and if you can do anything to help – we would appreciate it.
This is what shit looks like. These guys are WANTED KILLERS and at this point, Dead or Alive would do!

CLAUDE ISAAC KHAYAT – WANTED KILLER



ERIC RUBIC – WANTED KILLER



Videos of the events and the demonstrations organized by Lee’s friends and family.

1 Comment

  1. These killers have found French Jewish lawyers to give them concel how to escape Israel justice. And they are indeed escaping. Are the French Jewish organizations and celebrities so weak that they cannot find a way to get these guys behind bars at least in France, if not in Israel ? This is a SHAME.

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