Blass: No room for disciplinary action in Ramon case

Deputy Attorney General Michael Blass on Tuesday said that there is not any room to bring disciplinary, or other administrative measures, against senior police and prosecution officials that led the investigation into former MK Haim Ramon.
In a report from June of this year, state comptroller Micha Lindenstrauss named four senior officials in the police and prosecution as being responsible for the state's failure to provide Ramon with transcripts of wiretapped conversations related to his indictment and said the state ought to consider taking punitive measures against them.
He concluded that the four were guilty of "substantial negligence," but that they had not acted maliciously.
The four mentioned in the report, were Miri Golan, former head of the National Fraud Investigation Unit, Dep. Cmdr. Eran Kamin, who headed the investigation against Ramon,  as well as Ruth David and Ariella Segal-Antler.
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