Police Cmdr. suspected of political appointments

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 23, 2006 07:58

Ha'amakim District Police chief, Asst.-Cmdr. Ya'akov Zigdon, who is being investigated for allegedly making political appointments, will most likely be forced to leave his post soon, Army Radio reported Thursday morning. Zigdon has taken a leave of absence in the wake of the investigation by the Police Investigative Department (PID). Interior Security Minister Avi Dichter will meet with senior Police commanders to discuss the Police's image in the public.


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