Israel's Supreme Court has ruled that the assassin of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin cannot have conjugal visits from his wife. Yigal Amir, who shot and killed Rabin in 1995, married his wife by proxy six months ago in a ceremony authorized by rabbis. The three-justice panel said it would not allow the visits because Amir never expressed remorse for the assassination. Amir's wife, Larisa Trimbobler, accused the Supreme Court of "sadistic abuse."
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