The Jerusalem District Court on Sunday sentenced to eight years in prison a disgraced former police officer who was convicted of leaking sensitive information in exchange for cash in a corruption scandal that rocked Israel’s law enforcement establishment. Read more
A former very high-ranking officer in the Israel Police was called in for questioning Monday at the Police Investigations Department in Jerusalem as part of an ongoing investigation into alleged corruption by attorney Ronel Fisher and former police superintendent Eran Malka. Read more
Ruth David, the former Chief Prosecutor for the Tel Aviv District, was arrested Tuesday and spent the night in custody. She is suspected of obstruction of justice and corruption-related offenses in the investigation that centers on Ronel Fisher, a prominent attorney and journalist. Read more
The Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court on Sunday permitted the release of the name of the police officer suspected of bribery and obstructing justice in the case of attorney Ronel Fisher: retired Superintendent Eran Malka, who served in the Lahav 443 investigations unit. Lahav 433, popularly known as Israel’s FBI, is a unit incorporating the fraud, financial and serious and international crimes units. Read more
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