After significant progress was made in the investigations into the corruption allegations against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, police investigators returned to Netanyahu’s residence in order to question him. While this is the fifth time Netanyahu has been questioned by the police regarding the allegations, it will most likely not be the last.
Netanyahu Photo Credit: Amos Ben Gershom/GPO/Channel 2 News
Israel Police investigators arrived at the Prime Minister’s Residence in Jerusalem Thursday evening in order to question Benjamin Netanyahu regarding two graft investigations. In both of the investigations, Netanyahu is considered a suspect.
Even though the investigators have already questioned him several times, the Israel Police and the State Attorney’s office believe that the prime minister will need to be questioned at least four additional times. Before today, his most recent interrogation was in March. Over the past seven months, significant progress has been made in the two cases.