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Bibi Would Hardly Escape Bribery Indictment
Former “Israel” Police Chief Roni Alsheich said Sunday it is difficult for him to envision a scenario in which Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is not indicted for bribery in the corruption cases against him.
Alsheich oversaw the three police investigations into Netanyahu, which ultimately all yielded police recommendations of indictment for bribery and other charges.
The case files are currently being examined by Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit, who is widely expected to announce his decision on an indictment, pending a hearing, next month.
“I find it hard” to see a situation in which a corruption indictment is not filed against him, Alsheich said at a conference organized by Tel Aviv University’s Institute for ‘National Security’ Studies, noting that he had read all the material from the police investigations.
“Can you foresee a situation in which the prime minister is not indicted for bribery?” he was asked. “I find it hard,” he replied.
“We’ve all seen the evidence,” he elaborated, referring to the police and Mandelblit-led prosecution team that worked on the case along with the cops.
There was a limited scope for different interpretations of the evidence, he allowed, “but ultimately the facts are there in front of us.”
Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team
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