Israeli To Pay $854,000 To Settle Mobileye Insider Trading Case

An Israeli professor has agreed to pay more than $850,000 to settle U.S. claims he engaged in insider trading in Jerusalem-based Mobileye NV (MBLY.N), a maker of sensors and cameras for self-driving vehicles, ahead of its $15.3 billion takeover by Intel Corp (INTC.O). Read more

Israeli Student Steals Items From Auschwitz For Art Exhibit

The Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum will reportedly file a criminal complaint against an Israeli granddaughter of Holocaust survivors who admitted to stealing historical objects from the death camp for an art project. Read more

Man Convicted In Hasidic Brooklyn Mob Attack Is A Scapegoat For Williamsburg Shomrim

The only man tried in the 2013 beating of a fashion student by a mob of Hasidic Jewish vigilantes is appealing his conviction, arguing that prosecutors relied on junk science to tie his DNA to the scene. The prosecution, his lawyer argues, was meant to “scapegoat” the man, Mayer Herskovic, 23, while protecting politically connected members of Williamsburg Shomrim. Read more

Israel Police: 12 Under Criminal Investigation For Binary Options

At least 12 binary options company owners and employees are under police investigation or have been referred to the state prosecutor with a recommendation for indictment. Read more

Israeli Crime Syndicate Killed Police Informant Under Supervisors’ Noses

A police informant who infiltrated an organized crime family in Rehovot was allegedly murdered by the mobsters last month, despite his police supervisors being just a few hundred meters away at the time of the shooting. Read more

Young Boy From ‘Jewish Taliban’ Reveals Psychical, Sexual Abuse

In the aftermath of the drowning of Rabbi Shlomo Helbrans, leader of the “Jewish Taliban” cult Lev Tahor in Mexico, the ultra-Orthodox press in Israel has been rife with reports regarding the location of his funeral and burial, and speculation as to which member of the cult will succeed him as leader of the reclusive group of 40 families believed to be in a remote southern part of Mexico, weeks after fleeing Guatemala, where they had lived for three years. Read more

Jona Rechnitz Leaves NYC

The feds’ key witness in the NYPD bribery probe has high-tailed it out of New York a month after it surfaced that he allegedly lured some deep-pocketed pals into yet another Ponzi scheme. Read more

Israeli Arrested After Thai Army Finds Weapons During Raids

The Thailand army raided local, Israeli-owned businesses on Saturday in the city of Koh Samui, arresting Nati Hadad, the manager of Koh Samui Search and Rescue medical center known to many Israelis, on suspicion of weapons possession. Read more

Israeli Expat’s Former Husband Who Escaped Hit Plot Says He Fears For His Life

An Israeli man at the center of an assassination plot hatched by his ex-wife, who lives in the US, said he was afraid for his life despite the fact that his former spouse has been arrested and the details of her plan had been made public. Read more

Third Circuit Affirms Conviction Of Rabbis In Kidnapping Case

A federal appeals court Friday upheld the convictions of three Orthodox rabbis for their roles in a ring that used brutal tactics to force unwilling Jewish men to divorce their wives. Read more