Bar-Lev undergoes polygraph test in sexual assault case

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November 24, 2010 17:17

 
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Israel Police Commander Uri Bar-Lev underwent a polygraph test on Wednesday, intended to verify his version of events in the two counts of sexual assault case he stands accused of.

Bar-Lev denies all accusations against him. Investigation of the case is ongoing and more testimonies are expected.

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