Report: AG, State Attorney meeting over alleged PM money-laundering review

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July 10, 2016 21:38

 
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Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit and State Attorney Shai Nitzan are meeting to make decisions about an initial review of alleged money-laundering by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Channel 10 reported on Sunday night.

Allegations of a new major probe against Netanyahu, separate from the "Bibi Tours" and other previously known affairs have been swirling around for several days, but little or no specifics have been confirmed to date.

The Justice Ministry has not and would not confirm any of the past or current reports.


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