Police question 'Yediot' publisher for 2nd time in case involving Netanyahu

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January 15, 2017 10:42

 
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Police questioned Yediot Aharonot publisher Arnon "Noni" Mozes on Sunday morning for a second time an ongoing case of suspected corruption involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Police are investigating Netanyahu regarding allegations that he and Mozes sought to conspire to weaken rival newspaper Israel Hayom, which is owned by the premier's confidant, US casino magnate Sheldon Adelson.Over the weekend, Channel 2 released parts of a 2014 conversation in which Netanyahu allegedly conspires with Mozes to weaken Israel Hayom in exchange for favorable coverage of the prime minister.



Police are expected question Netanyahu this week for a third time regarding the case.

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