Former head of 'Israeli FBI' Arbiv questioned by police for alleged corruption

October 12, 2014 19:36

Former Lahav 443 police commander Menashe Arbiv was questioned on Sunday by the Justice Ministry's Internal Affairs Division on alleged corruption charges.

Though The Jerusalem Post has confirmed that he was questioned, the Justice Ministry would not officially confirm that the questioning took place.In mid-September, an indictment was filed with the Tel Aviv District Court against Rabbi Yoshiyahu Yosef Pinto as part of a plea bargain for him to testify against Arbiv.

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