Police want investigative workers to stand trial

Police recommended Sunday that those involved in "harassing and disrupting the privacy" of Vice Premier Haim Ramon's accuser, "Heh," be forced to stand trial. The former IDF officer, whose complaint against the former justice minister led to his eventual conviction, was reportedly investigated by private detectives from "Weizmann-Ya'ar." Ramon's ex-brother-in-law, Ephraim Kunda, who allegedly hired the detectives to follow her, would not stand trial as police were unable to prove he had committed an illegal act.