The Israeli Prime Minister was questioned for the seventh time on Friday regarding allegations of corruption in two separate cases. Police are reportedly inclined to recommend an indictment in both.
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Police on Friday questioned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the seventh time in two alleged corruption cases. According to a source linked to the investigation, Netanyahu was unable to refute the allegations against him in his last two questionings.
It is believed that the investigators confronted Netanyahu with the testimony of Australian billionaire James Packer from over two weeks ago, which reportedly reinforced the bribery suspicion against Netanyahu in the gifts probe known as Case 1,000.
Channel 2 News reported two weeks ago that the police are inclined to recommend an indictment of Netanyahu in the case.
In a tweet on Friday, Netanyahu reiterated that the investigations will lead to “nothing.”