Meir Rabin's wife under investigation in Holyland case

Police are investigating the wife of real estate developer Meir Rabin after she was seen using hand signals to silence him in court, Israel Radio reported Sunday.
Meir Rabin is a key suspect in the Holyland corruption case, and is being investigated for 18 bribery offenses, including passing on tens of millions of shekels in bribery money to decision-makers in the Jerusalem Municipality. In return, he allegedly received approval for the controversial development.
Israel Radio also reported that Rabin's brother was under investigation.
Rabin will appear in a Rishon Lezion court later Sunday, where he was expected to be released to house arrest.
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