Lindenstrauss sends cautionary letters to Ramon investigators

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June 4, 2009 20:22

 
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State Comptroller Micha Lindenstrauss sent cautionary letters to four senior law enforcement officials, in which he attributed "personal responsibility" but no malice, in the wiretapping affair of Vice-Premier Haim Ramon, Channel 2 reported Thursday evening. Last July, Lindenstrauss established a special committee to probe allegations of questionable police wiretapping, particularly against Ramon in his recent sex-abuse case affair, with the state comptroller at its head. The other members of the team include Boaz Aner, head of the division which monitors the government ministries; senior department head Hanna Yizraelovitz; and Rami Haimowitz, assistant to the state comptroller.

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