Karadi contradicted at Zeiler Commission

September 19, 2006 15:48


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Former Southern District commander and current Yisrael Beiteinu MK Yitzhak Aharonovich contradicted the testimony of Insp.-Gen. Moshe Karadi. during the Zeiler Commission on Tuesday, damaging the reliability of the police chief as a witness. Aharonovich claimed that when Karadi took over the role of southern district commander, Aharonovich explained to him the details of the Perinian brothers' case. The former commander claimed he told Karadi about the brothers' connection to Yoram Levy and to the murder of criminal underworld figure Pinhas Buhbout. Aharonovitz served as Southern District commander at the time of Buhbout's murder.

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