Police: Letter accusing Sa'ar of sexual allegations false

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February 26, 2013 20:03

 
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Police on Tuesday said the letter complaining of Education Minister Gideon Sa'ar's sexual misconduct is a forgery.

Speaking at a Tel Aviv District Police conference on Tuesday, Police Commissioner Yohanan Danino said the document was forged.

"The examination showed that the 'Sa'ar document' was definitely forged," Danino said.

The Justice Ministry had ordered that Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein instruct police to begin a preliminary investigation of a letter sent to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Likud activists signed by M.C., an Education Ministry employee.

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