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Nonetheless, like Jobs, Harari has a vision. He has spent the past several months working on an application to help people navigate
Harari's attorney, Avi Amiram, told
Amiram said Harari wants to call the app "
Amiram said the Prisons Service is not letting his client speak to the press; instead, the attorney has been speaking to the media on Harari's behalf, as he did in an interview last night with
Amiram said that the investor and the entrepreneur are law- abiding, "everyday people" and not at all involved in the criminal world.
He explained that users of the application will be able to enter the hospital department they want to visit. The program will direct them to the nearest parking space, and once they exit their vehicle, it will lead them on a path directly to the department or doctor they need.
Harari needs the cooperation of a medical center looking to serve as the pilot facility for the application, after which they can begin mapping other buildings.
Amiram did not say whether the application would help would-be hit men find their wounded quarry in the hospital in order to finish them off.
The application is "still in its diapers," Amiram said, adding that there still is no program developed for it, but that Harari is optimistic that it's a matter of time.
Amiram said his client hopes that the program won't just be a meal ticket.
"He wants to settle down. He's sick of being in and out of prison and wants also to give something back to society and help his own rehabilitation."
Described as a longterm hired gun in the service of the Abergil crime family, Harari reportedly worked as a freelance hit man and was allegedly hired by rivals of the Abergils and the Amir Mulner organization.
Harari served a 37-month sentence after his conviction in
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