Former justice minister Haim Ramon's attorneys raised the possibility on Thursday that the police used wiretapping during their investigation into Ramon's alleged sexual harassment of a female soldier, Channel 2 reported.
The Justice Ministry responded by confirming that no wiretapping had taken place in the prime minister's office or Ramon's office.
According to Channel 10, the police denied the wiretapping accusations, saying that the investigation had been entirely legal.
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