A-G's wife likely to be charged with hiring illegal alien

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September 15, 2011 22:13

 
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The Population and Immigration Authority on Thursday informed State Prosecutor Moshe Lador that they had enough evidence to bring charges against Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein's wife, Aviva, for employing an illegal foreign worker.

The investigation into the allegations that Weinstein's wife employed the Indian foreign worker until 2009, up until and after he began serving as attorney-general, began in February.

Aviva Weinstein could face a fine if convicted.

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