Soldiers indicted for selling rifles, hashish

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March 15, 2007 15:06

Indictments were filed Thursday against a number of career servicemen in the IDF as well as a number of soldiers for allegedly selling weapons and drugs to an undercover military policeman. One of the indicted soldiers is a high-ranking non-commissioned officer from the southern command who the IDF suspects was also involved in smuggling drugs as well as prostitutes across the Egyptian-Israeli border. The soldiers were arrested after selling two Kalachnikov automatic rifles and 5kg of hashish to an undercover military policeman.


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