Detective's gamble fails to pay off

Detectives who knocked on the door of an illegal casino in Tel Aviv were surprised to see the door opened by one of their own colleagues.

By MIRIAM BULWAR DAVID-HAY (TRANSLATED)
April 22, 2008 13:12

Detectives who knocked on the door of an illegal casino in Tel Aviv prior to swooping in on a raid were surprised to see the door opened by one of their own colleagues, reports Yediot Tel Aviv. But they were apparently no less surprised than the door-opening officer himself, who was so panicked that he shut the door in the raiding party's faces. The raiders eventually broke in and have charged the defective detective with obstruction of justice, fraud and breach of trust. The case is expected to be heard in the courts soon.


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