Netanyahu accuses police chief of false innuendo against him
Amid a fresh welter of police leaks about the probes against him, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu Wednesday night wrote this post on his Facebook page: “I am shocked to discover that the police commissioner [Ronni Elsheikh] is repeating his false and delusionary innuendo alleging that private investigators [were hired] by powerful forces to gather information against the officers involved in investigating the case against me.” Referring to the commissioners remarks to a TV interviewer, Netanyahu went on to say: “I am shocked to discover he repeated to reporters the delusional and false suggestion that the prime minister was involved in the complaint of sexual harassment a female police officer filed against Ritman [who heads the unit conducting probe]. “
Netanyahu added: “How is it possible for Ritman to continue to head the unit investigating the prime minister and take a personal hand in formulating the recommendations in his case? Any decent person must ask how it can be that persons who cast dishonest aspersions against the prime minister are able to probe his case objectively and make impartial recommendations? This night, a dark cloud hangs over the police investigation and recommendations regarding the case against Prime Minister Netanyahu.”
DEBKAfile: The police has not yet completed its summing up of the case against Netanyahu or defined the charges they recommend for the prosecution.
3 thoughts on “Netanyahu accuses police chief of false innuendo against him”
These fools of leftist police officer.
I would prefer that the police spend time protecting citizens in Judea and Samaria on the roads and “hitching posts”, than manpower hours trying to uncover alleged crimes against a PM, with whom you don’t agree.
This police chief is obviously corrupted enemy of the people hiding behind his false kippa