Herzliya man arrested for allegedly threatening Minister Bennett

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October 28, 2013 09:17

 
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A 66-year-old Herzliya resident was arrested Sunday for allegedly threatening Economy and Trade Minister Naftali Bennett.

The man is accused of calling the minister's office and threatening to hurt Bennett if he did not help the suspect find employment.

The suspect was scheduled to be arraigned on Monday morning.

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