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Three former Israeli secret service agents who accused their chief of covering up the killings of two Palestinian bus hijackers said they have received death threats, the Tel Aviv newspaper Davar reported. The three ex-agents of the Shin Bet, Israel's internal security service, left their jobs after accusing Shin Bet chief Avraham Shalom of covering up facts relating to the 1984 incident, in which two of the captured terrorists were beaten to death by Israeli interrogators.

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