Complainant against Meni Naftali draws suspicion of police

February 25, 2015 13:15


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Police on Tuesday questioned the man who issued a police complaint against Meni Naftali earlier this week, after there were apparent inconsistencies in his testimony to investigators.

A police source said Wednesday that there were gaps between the testimony given by Avi Gabbai to investigators at the LAHAV 433 headquarters in Lod and the facts as he presented them to police in a written statement on Monday.

The source said that Gabbai was warned by investigators not to give false testimony, but added that they don’t suspect that he lied; rather they are trying to clear up the inconsistencies in his testimony.

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