Two brothers suspected of stealing donations for transplant patients
The suspects ran an organization to raise for funds for patients in need of liver, heart transplants; the two have admitted to irregularities but deny stealing money.
Two brothers who ran an organization for seriously ill patients are suspected of stealing millions of shekels, Jerusalem police cleared for publication on Tuesday.
According to police, the brothers, Mordecai and Yehuda Kashni, who ran an organization to raise funds for patients in need of liver and heart transplants, stole donated money for their own use.
The two were arrested after an undercover investigation.
The suspects have admitted that there were irregularities in their organization but claim that they did not steal money.