'Bar-Lev was subject of 2 separate harassment complaints'

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November 22, 2010 17:52

 
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The Justice Ministry's Police Investigations Department announced on Monday that Cmdr. Uri Bar-Lev was the subject of two separate complaints from two women regarding "sexual offenses."

Bar-Lev was questioned on Monday at the PID's office for five hours, and "cooperated with interrogators," the PID said.

"We are aware of the high public sensitivity surrounding this investigation, and we are working to complete it as soon as possible," the PID added.

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