Netanyahu confidants detained in connection with corruption probe

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 5, 2017 08:16

 
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Two confidants of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu were detained for questioning in connection to Case 3000, also known as the "submarines affair," Army Radio and Channel 2 reported Sunday morning.

The case is an investigation into the purchase of German-made submarines.



The detainees were identified as two senior lawyers close to the administration.

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