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Eitan case: the man who helped his grandfather kidnap him arrested in Cyprus

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Gabriel Abutbul Alon, the man accused of helping Eitan’s grandfather, Shmuel Peleg, to kidnap Eitan after having taken him, during one of the periodic meetings authorized by the court, in the house of his paternal aunt, was arrested in Limysos, on the island of Cyprus, where he appears to reside. Alon was pursued by a European arrest warrant (Mae) activated by the deputy prosecutor of Pavia Mario Venditti and by the prosecutor Valentina De Stefano for the kidnapping of little Eitan Biran.

The Cypriot police simply tracked his cell phone. Alon is suspected of having been part of an American agency of contractors engaged in war theaters such as Iraq and Afghanistan and used to operate with the most sophisticated techniques of coverage and anonymity. According to investigations, on 11 September Alon helped Eitan’s grandfather, Shmuel Peleg, a 58-year-old former Israeli soldier, to kidnap Eitan after having taken him, during one of the periodic meetings authorized by the court, in the home of his paternal aunt, Aya Biran. , who had him in foster care since the Mottarone cable car accident of 23 May, in which the little boy lost his parents (his mother was Peleg’s daughter), his 2-year-old brother and a great-grandfather.

The child was taken by car to Switzerland and from there to Israel aboard a private plane chartered in the previous days by Alon for 46,000 euros, which landed in Tel Aviv in the late afternoon. Just two days after the kidnapping, at the request of the prosecutors, the investigating judge Pasquale Villani issued a custody order against them which was followed by the Mae for Alon, who with this procedure could soon return to Italy, and an international arrest warrant for Peleg who, however, is unlikely to ever be executed by the Tel Aviv authorities.

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