Former police intelligence officer charged with bribery

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September 18, 2011 16:29

 
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The Police Investigations Department filed an indictment on Sunday to the Tel Aviv District Court against Moshe Revach, a former police intelligence officer accused of accepting and giving bribes, breach of trust and obstruction of justice.

Four others, all civilians, were also charged in the indictment.

According to the indictment, Revach took bribes in return for briefing the owners of several illegal casino owners on how to evade discovery by police. He also gave them information on police informers, and warned them of impending police raids.


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