Netanyahu asked to record meeting with Yedioth Ahronoth head

The Israeli Prime Minister's office manager is the one that recorded the controversial meeting between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Yedioth Ahronoth's (Ynet) head Arnon Mozes. A law enforcement official stated, "A disgusting conversation of give and take. On the one side, Mozes promised more positive coverage and on the other side, the Prime Minister said 'I'll take care of you.'"
Mozes (on the left) and Netanyahu Photo Credit: Reuters\Channel 2 News

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's meeting with Yedioth Ahronoth's (Ynet) head Arnon "Noni" Mozes was recorded by Netanyahu's office manager.

A law enforcement official said to Channel 2 News "A disgusting conversation of give and take. On the one side, Mozes promised more positive coverage and on the other side, the Prime Minister said: 'I'll take care of you with the Israel Hayom law.'"

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Netanyahu and his office manager (on the left) Photo Credit: Miriam Alster\Flash 90\Channel 2 News

Israeli Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit and State Prosecutor Shai Nitzan received the recording a couple of months ago. They are still contemplating if this evidence is enough to conclude that this is a serious criminal case.

Yedioth Ahronoth's editor Ron Yaron distributed an email to the workers: "The publications have surprised us; no one in the paper's staff knew about this meeting."



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