Tel Aviv District Court rejects appeals by two leading Bezeq suspects

Businessman Shaul Elovitch and PR consultant Nir Hetetz, the two leading suspects in the Bezeq graft investigation, must stay in detention until Sunday, after the Tel Aviv District Court Tuesday rejected their appeals. They were filed on the grounds of misconduct by the Magistrate Ronit Poznansky-Katz.  The magistrate herself got off lightly. The ombudsman for the judiciary, Eliezer Rivlin, recommended that she be tried for a breach of discipline rather than a breach of the law.

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2 thoughts on “Tel Aviv District Court rejects appeals by two leading Bezeq suspects

  • Feb 28, 2018 @ 5:14 at 5:14
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    Israeli justice sucks!

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    • Mar 1, 2018 @ 20:51 at 20:51
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      With Rivlin old guard 5th column in real power, Israel sucks, sold out to the Iranians and Arabs. Nothing can be done.

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