Gag order slapped on investigation into Jerusalem bus stop bombings

Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian is The Times of Israel's military correspondent.

A court approves a police request to place a gag order on the investigation into this morning’s bombing attacks in Jerusalem.

The gag order bars the publication of any details related to the investigation, other than what the police have already made public.

The order, signed by a judge at the Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court, is valid for 30 days.

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