Kadima asks A-G to investigate Channel 10 claims on PM

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March 24, 2011 09:26

 
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Kadima requested on Thursday that Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein investigate Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, after a televised documentary claimed that the Prime Minister behaved unethically.

A letter the party's legal adviser, Eitan Haberman, wrote to Weinstein says that "it seems that Mr. Netanyahu and his wife's behavior, as seen in the report...requires the opening of an investigation due to the criminal and ethical implications, acceptance of personal benefits and conflicts of interest, create a suspicion that he has been methodically committing crimes over a long time, with a lot of money, using private and private individuals and organizations, while hiding information."

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