Sara Netanyayhu questioned by Lahav 433 police unit

December 7, 2018 12:28
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Sara Netanyahu, wife of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, arrived on Friday to the offices of the Lahav 433 police unit to answer questions regarding her conduct over a two year period, Channel 2 news reports.

Netanyahu is suspected of frauding the State Comptroller Office for two years by presenting that office with forged invoices concerning a donation she was meant to give an NGO as a substitute to paying the wages of former advisor Nir Hefetz.Hefetz, who served as a top advisor to Prime Minister Netanyahu, agreed to become a state witness in March.

Between 2014 and 2015 the Netanyahu family was informed he must be paid for his work, yet it is unclear under which conditions he was employed. 

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