Former Dirani interrogator sues state for NIS 6 m.

April 29, 2012 10:45

"Captain George," the fictitious name for a former state interrogator, submitted a psychiatric evaluation Sunday to the Tel Aviv District Court to strengthen his claim that he suffered emotional harm from the way he was forced to leave his position in the security apparatus. 

He claims partial disability and six million NIS in damages from the way the state handled claims made against him for his conduct of the interrogation of Mustafa Dirani.

The former interrogator claims that the state abandoned him despite the fact that the lawsuit filed against him was groundless.

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