Crimes ‘likely’ at PM residence – police chief

Police Chief Yohanan Danino says, on an Israel Radio show, that “on the face of it” it seems like “criminal activities” have taken place at the Prime Minister’s Residence.

Danino says this is “not like the Holyland affair” in the scope and severity of felonies, but evidence certainly amounts to criminal charges which should be investigated.

The chief of police further says police investigators have come up with solid evidence against the main suspects in the corruption affair involving senior Yisrael Beytenu officials.

Israel's Chief of Police Yohanan Danino has to deal with another sexual harassment scandal. Here he is at Border Police headquarters in Jerusalem on November 13, 2014. (Photo credit: Miriam Alster/Flash90.)
Chief of Police Yohanan Danino, November 13, 2014. (Photo credit: Miriam Alster/Flash90.)

Danino says the past few days have seen progress in collecting evidence against key suspects, and adds that more suspects will be grilled in coming days.


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