Report: PMO's Eshel interrogated for 9 hours

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 7, 2012 20:38

Prime Minister's Office chief of staff Natan Eshel was interrogated for nine hours at the Civil Service Commission's Investigations Branch on Tuesday over allegations that he harassed a female staffer.

According to Channel 2, Eshel gave his interrogators detailed and resolute testimony. The report added that Eshel did not claim that the three senior PMO officials who brought the complaint against him on behalf of the female staffer did so as part of a conspiracy to remove him from office.

The senior officials were cabinet secretary Tzvi Hauser, military attaché Maj.- Gen. Yohanan Locker and communications director Yoaz Hendel.


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