Meir Rabin's wife under investigation in Holyland case

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May 9, 2010 15:57

 
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Police are investigating the wife of real estate developer Meir Rabin after she was seen using hand signals to silence him in court, Israel Radio reported Sunday.

Meir Rabin is a key suspect in the Holyland corruption case, and is being investigated for 18 bribery offenses, including passing on tens of millions of shekels in bribery money to decision-makers in the Jerusalem Municipality. In return, he allegedly received approval for the controversial development.

Israel Radio also reported that Rabin's brother was under investigation.

Rabin will appear in a Rishon Lezion court later Sunday, where he was expected to be released to house arrest.

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