Police suggest 'Galant' suspect Harpaz to stand trial

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October 21, 2010 18:07

 
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Yoav Segalovitch, who heads the police investigations and intelligence department, on Thursday transferred to Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein the file of Lt.-Col. (res.) Boaz Harpaz, the officer suspected of forging the controversial “Galant Document” in the lead up to the new IDF chief of staff being chosen.

Segalovitch concluded that Harpaz should stand trial.

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