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The autopsy was done in the institute for forensic medicine in Abu Kabir, according to sources familiar with the details.
The attorney-general said that “no one will distract” him and his staff with pressure from either political direction regarding the case.
As of Monday morning, the prime minister had not yet gotten Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit's permission, which Shapira conditioned his approval on.
Hearing originally scheduled to July 10 has been postponed to October 2 and 3.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Coalition talks impasse continues; major parties haven’t submitted candidates for State Comptroller
By LAHAV HARKOV
Some members of the expected new coalition, which may not be set finally before the end of May, want to radically alter the make-up, appointment and powers of the Supreme Court as well as of the attorney-general's office.
The 180-degree turnaround by Netanyahu followed a tense number of weeks in which Netanyahu's lawyers refused to set a meeting date or to accept the case file, demanding that the date be pushed off.
The prime minister's defense team charged that the official who brought the materials wanted to bring them to Netanyahu in person, but took them back when he realized Netanyahu wasn't in his office.
By ZACK EVANS,YONAH JEREMY BOB
Neither Mandelblit nor Netanyahu seems willing to back down.
Reasonable disagreements are degenerating into demonization and double standards applied to the PM.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
Since the election, Netanyahu’s lawyers have refused to pick up the case file from the state prosecution, saying they would not do so until the question of their lawyers’ fees is resolved.
n the Submarines Affair, the police have recommended bribery charges against several top former Netanyahu associates.
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