Avraham Hirschson's son sentenced 7 months in prison

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January 23, 2013 14:34

 
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Barak Hirschson, son former finance minister Avhrama Hirschson, was sentenced to 7 months in jail for drunk driving on his motorcycle and causing an accident in which his girlfriend was injured, Israel Radio reported on Wednesday.

Avraham Hirschson was convicted of embezzling millions of shekels from the Histadrut Labor Federation in 2009, and served three and a half years in prison.

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