Long indictment filed against senior Tax Authority official

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March 10, 2011 09:56

 
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An indictment was filed against senior Tax Authority official David Vanunu in Tel Aviv District Court on Thursday.

Among the charges contained in the indictment against Vanunu were extortion, accepting bribes, conspiracy to commit a crime, breach of trust, obstruction of justice.

The indictment further alleged that Vanunu, who until recently served as manager of the National Investigations and Field Intelligence Branch of the Authority, acted as if the Tax Authority were a private business.

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