Danino: We’ll be questioning others in Yisrael Beytenu scandal

March 24, 2015 06:54


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Police expect to question more suspects in the so-called Yisrael Beytenu scandal, National Police Chief Yohanan Danino said Monday, during an interview with Israel Radio.

Danino said that in recent days investigators have gathered further evidence against the central suspects in the case, and that in the coming days he expects detectives to question additional suspects.

The “Yisrael Beytenu case” broke in late December of last year. Since then, dozens of people have been detained and arrested, including public officials from a number of local authorities.

The corruption case includes at least 15 smaller cases, most involving bribery and/or fraud and breach of trust.

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