Jerusalem District Police Commander Ilan Franco testified Wednesday before the Zeiler commission, saying that "there never existed any conspiracy for Karadi to appoint Yoram Levy as commander of the Southern District's Central Investigative Unit."
Franco, who served at the time as head of police intelligence, was responsible for checking Levy's suitability for the position. In his words, even without the additional tests that Levy underwent, he could have been appointed easily.
"It was all done by the most professional people in the field," he said.
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