Media mogul questioned for eight hours in Netanyahu graft investigation

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 15, 2017 19:03

 
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Media mogul, publisher of the Israeli news paper Yediot Ahronot was questioned for eight hours on Sunday.

The interrogation focused on conversations between the publisher and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Netanyahu, who has already been questioned numerous times, is expected to undergo an additional interrogation later this week.

Netanyau and Mozes allegedly conspired to weaken Yedihot rival Israel Hayom, in exchange for favorable coverage of the premier.

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