Immigration officer suspected of abuse of power, intimate relations with illegal migrant

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November 20, 2013 09:31

 
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Police announced Wednesday they were investigating a claim that an officer in the Population and Immigration Authority had intimate relations with a foreign citizen in exchange for not expelling her from the country.
 

The Lahav 433 special anti-fraud unit was in charge of the investigation, police said.

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