(Worthy News) - The first day of the pre-indictment hearing in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s criminal cases stretched into the late hours Wednesday night, with discussions ending around 9:30 p.m., over 11 hours after they began.
Spokesmen for the prime minister said Wednesday night the defense team presented state prosecution officials with new arguments and fresh evidence in the cases, which they asserted “completely contradict the claims in the charge sheet.”
Officials in the state prosecution told Channel 12, however, that they were not surprised by the evidence and arguments presented by the defense, and were familiar with most of the material. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More...) ]
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