Bar-Lev: 'I had sex with 'Mem,' but I did not drug her'

November 25, 2010 08:24


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In a six-hour investigation and polygraph test on Wednesday, Police Cmdr. Uri Bar-Lev admitted to having relations with "Mem," the woman who claimed that Bar-Lev drugged and raped her. Bar-Lev said he did not drug "Mem," nor did he send someone to do so.

He also said that he does not remember meeting "Alef" in Eilat, where she alleged that he sexually assaulted her.

The results of the lie-detector exam are expected to be released later Thursday.

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