Gal Hirsch, who was set to be the next police commissioner and is suspected of bribery and money laundering in Georgia, arrived Sunday for further investigation.
A state witness claimed that Hirsch was aware of the money transferred to a Georgian businessman and from there to the defense minister in the Georgian government.
Hirsch denied that all the funds were paid legally.
Lahav 433 It is suspected that the Defensive Shield, owned by Hirsh, bribed the Georgian defense minister to receive government tenders.
Arms deals were first discussed, but now it turns out that these are not weapons deals but the construction of a Georgian military officer’s school and another project to build a structure for senior officer training.