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 Israel Navy Chief Grilled In Submarine Fraud Probe

Former Marine Commander Maj. Gen. (res.) Eliezer (Mari) Marom is the senior officer who has been interrogated since this morning (Tuesday) in the police in the framework of the “3000 Affair”, which was dubbed the “Submarine Affair”. Read more

Germany Reportedly Approves Israel Submarine Deal

Germany’s national security council has approved a deal to sell three further nuclear-capable submarines to Israel, magazine Der Spiegel reported on Friday, the latest act in a defence deal that has been overshadowed by corruption allegations. Read more

Officials: Iran Attempted Missile Launch From Submarine

Iran attempted to launch a cruise missile from a submarine in the Strait of Hormuz on Tuesday but the test failed, two U.S. officials told Fox News on Wednesday. Read more

Money From IDF Submarine Deal Will Reach Iranian Hands

Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman (Yisrael Beytenu) responded in the Finance Committee to the revelation that some of funds spent on the new submarine deal with Germany will end up in the hands of Iran. Read more

Growing Chance That Israel-Germany Submarine Deal To Be Canceled

The chances of the Israeli-German sub deal falling through are increasing, a source at the German firm ThyssenKrupp has said. Read more

Miki Ganor Receive Millions For Submarine Brokering Deal

Miki Ganor, the Israeli representative of the German company selling submarines to Israel, will receive some 10-30 million euros for brokering the deal, according to Germany’s Handelsblatt newspaper, which previously reported on corruption at the firm, ThyssenKrupp. Read more