State Attorney: No professional problem with indicting the PM – or anyone else
In his first comments since the police called for the prime minister’s indictment for graft, State Attorney Avichai Mandelblit said Thursday night that he had no professional problem with indicting Binyamin Netanyahu – or anyone else. “The decision is up to me alone, at the end of the day,” he said. He dismissed the rumors of a dispute between the police and the prosecution on the Netanyahu case, and stressed: “The two law enforcement bodies operate in close cooperation towards their shared mission, which is to uphold the rule of law and seek out the truth.
2 thoughts on “State Attorney: No professional problem with indicting the PM – or anyone else”
It is not a question if the state attorney has a problem to do his job.The whole system is out of wack.A man innocent untill proven guilty. When the court will find Natayahu guilty then he will be guilty.Untill that day do not make any speeches and praise the police or condem them or discus your job or praise yourself or declare how great a tzadik you are.
Its an attempt of coup detat with attorney general talking to the press and carrying out himself as KGB chief. Is this a democracy? A laughing stock of abused corrupted bureaucracy it is sitting with two feet in the swamp and two hands grabbing Arab money from the European hands. The enemies of the people have gone berserk ape after recognition by Trump of Jerusalem, both in the US and Israel. They will fail and will meet justice in the end; hopefully in the gallows.