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Legal Office In Submarine Case Suspected of Destroying Documents

Israel Police now suspect that Attorney Ronen Shemer, who worked at the legal firm of Miki Ganor, shredded and removed documents pertaining to current police investigation focused on the allegedly corrupt submarine deal with German company Thyssenkrupp, in what is being referred to as “Case 3000.” Shemer denied the allegations, as his remand in police custody was extended to Monday. Read more

Former IDF General Arrested In Submarines Case

Police detained a former IDF major general Eliezer Marom for questioning on Tuesday as part of investigations into corruption surrounding the procurement of submarines and patrol ships from German conglomerate ThyssenKrupp—the so-called Case 3000. Read more