Bar-Lev investigated for hours; no word on suspension

November 22, 2010 16:31


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Police Cmdr. Uri Bar-Lev was interrogated throughout Monday afternoon and police said they do not intend to discuss his suspension from his position until all material and evidence regarding the has has been examined.

Bar-Lev, the Israel Police attache in Washington who is suspected of sexual assaulting an adviser in the Public Security Ministry, was investigated by the Police Investigations Unit office in Jerusalem.

Police officials said that they plan on comparing Bar-Lev's testimony with that of the complainant.

The complainant submitted her version of events after a polygraph test which police said strengthened her case.

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