Police chief Danino says corruption probe against Yisrael Beytenu officials to expand

January 14, 2015 14:53


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The investigation of the ongoing “Yisrael Beitenu corruption case” is not over and police will not stop until they reach all those responsible, Israel National Police Chief Inspector General Yochanan Danino said Wednesday.

“This is an investigation that continues to expand, and we will not stop until we reach all of the suspects in the corruption, whoever they are,” Danino said at a conference in Haifa on Wednesday.

The comments came two days after four more suspects were arrested in the case, including the Afula Mayor and his deputy, and a senior aide to Likud Minister Yuval Steinitz.

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