Three suspects indicted in soccer bribery scandal

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 5, 2007 12:36




The District Attorney's office filed an indictment on Friday against Hagai Zagori, David Ben-Shimol and Yaniv Boblil, suspects in bribing Hapoel Beersheva soccer players to throw a match so that they could win first prize in the sports' lottery. The three men are accused of conspiring to commit a crime, of attempted bribery and of three other cases involving bribery. The men's remand has been extended.


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