The Netanyahus to Be Questioned Separately Friday in Corruption Probes
"Israeli" Police are likely to question Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara on Friday in various corruption scandals.
In further details, investigators requested to interrogate the couple in parallel -- separately but simultaneously -- in order to hinder their collusion, but Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit said it was only necessary in the Bezeq affair dubbed 'Case 4000', which centers on suspicions that Bezeq's controlling shareholder Shaul Elovitch was granted business concessions and regulations benefits in return for Netanyahu receiving positive coverage on Elovitch's news website Walla.
Relatively, "Israeli" Channel 10 News station exposed On Wednesday evening text messages from Sara Netanyahu to the Bezeq owner's wife, Iris Elovitch, decrying Walla's news coverage.
"You're killing us. You're slaughtering us. You're destroying the state. What type of site is this?" Netanyahu asked Elovitch in a Whatsapp message.
In another message in reference to why Walla editor Aviram Elad was not fire, Sara wrote, "It can't go on like this, I thought we talked about this. This has gone on too long. Why do I need to read on your website about things like this? Do something about this!"
On Tuesday, Benjamin Netanyahu was implicated for the first time in the Bezeq Affair, dubbed ‘Case 4000', as state prosecutor Yehudit Tirosh of the so-called ‘Israel' Securities Authority said that as communications minister at the time, Netanyahu was at the center of "a very grave instance of giving and taking bribes."
Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team