Police recommend bribery charges against Netanyahu in telecom-media Case 4000

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(Worthy News) - In a bombshell announcement that could once again threaten the stability of the government, the Israel Police announced on Sunday that it was recommending bribery charges against both Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara Netanyahu, in the Bezeq corruption probe, known as Case 4000.

Investigators say that Benjamin Netanyahu advanced regulatory decisions benefiting Shaul Elovitch, the controlling shareholder in Bezeq, the country’s largest telecommunications firm — despite opposition from the Communication Ministry’s career officials — in exchange for positive coverage from Elovitch’s Walla news site.

In a blistering accusation, police said “the prime minister and his associates intervened in a blatant and ongoing manner, and sometimes even daily, in the content published by the Walla News website, and also sought to influence the appointment of senior officials (editors and reporters) via their contacts with Shaul and Iris Elovitch,” the Bezeq owner’s wife. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “Police recommend bribery charges against Netanyahu in telecom-media Case 4000”

  1. Breviary because he took a bottle of wine Or she ordered more food for an event that's right. Does anybody know how ridiculous that sounds?

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