Police question head of Netanyahu’s residences

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September 7, 2015 02:44

 
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Ezra Saidoff, deputy director for operations at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s residences, was questioned under caution by police in connection to a criminal investigation to the operation of the residences.

In July, Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein ordered a full criminal investigation into the operation of the prime minister’s residences, following several months of a preliminary state investigation. The decision effectively endorsed the recommendation of police commanders and State Attorney Shai Nitzan.

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