Bombshell report: Former army chief suspected of leaking state secrets

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 17, 2015 20:38

 
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Israeli state television reported on Friday that Gabi Ashkenazi, the former IDF chief of staff, is alleged to have "leaked the second most guarded secret" in the country.

Channel 1 reported that investigators have compiled evidence that is likely to serve as the basis for an indictment against Ashkenazi and two other trusted aides with whom he served in the military.

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