Supreme Court justice to be probed over links to fraud

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March 7, 2011 15:33

 
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Supreme Court Justice Yoram Danziger is expected to make a statement to Police in the coming days about his contacts with Bat Yam Mayor Shlomi Lahiani, who is suspected of fraud offenses.

The statment comes after Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein gave the police the go-ahead to conduct a pre-investigation regarding the financial relations between Lahiani and Danziger, who was a private lawyer before being appointed to the bench.

According to reports, Danziger had various business relations with Lahiani while working for the municipality at the same time.

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