Israeli police hears Netanyahu second time about possible corruption
The Israeli police has prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu Thursday for a second time this week questioned in a corruption investigation. The hearing took place in Netanyahu’s residence in Jerusalem and lasted for five hours.
The research extends to Netanyahu’s alleged acceptance of gifts and went a different file. There may at this time no further details to be released outside, to the research not to disturb, so let the police know.
The police added that a suspect was heard, but made the identity of the person is not known.
Netanyahu has the allegations is repeatedly dismissed as utter nonsense and has his political opponents said that they don’t have to rely on his trap.