Israel Lands Authority head may be tried

Police recommend indicting the head of the Israel Lands Authority Bentzi Lieberman and his associate, former MK Nahum Langental, on allegations of breach of trust.

The head of police’s investigative unit accepts the professional view of the head of the Lahav 433 fraud unit that there was sufficient evidence tying Lieberman to real estate deals where a conflict of interests existed.

Langental was allegedly involved in the deals.

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