A-G says he will not seek criminal investigation into Eshel

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January 29, 2012 19:09

 
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Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein, announced on Sunday evening that he will not ask the police to continue investigations into allegations that Prime Minister's Office Chief of Staff Nathan Eshel harassed a female staffer.

The announcement came after the Civil Service Commission presented a progress report to Weinstein on Sunday regarding their preliminary inquiry into the allegations.

Eshel is suspected of harassing and intruding on the privacy of the staffer. According to reports, the allegations were brought to the attention of the attorney-general by cabinet secretary Tzvi Hauser, communications director Yoaz Hendel and Maj.-Gen. Yohanan Locker.

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