Shai Nitzan has gone easy on a retired judge, a Prime Minister's Office employee and Netanyahu himself; how long will this continue?
Spencer Partrich, a businessman described as Netanyahu's air taxi in the United States, testified about his relations with the prime minister in recent years
Avi Licht was allegedly kept out of talks because it was feared he would have make it more difficult for an agreement to be reached.
A prime minister who's offered a bribe by a media magnate cannot maintain his position as commissar of media affairs campaigning to eliminate the free press in Israel.
Netanyahu's talks with Arnon Mozes are at the center of the police inquiry into their alleged collusion to weaken distribution of Israel Hayom. In return, Mozes's Yedioth Ahronoth would slant its political coverage in favor of Netanyahu.
Arnon Milchan tried to soften his testimony about Netanyahu in a second round of questioning last week; Haaretz learns that Australian businessman James Packer was not questioned when he was in Israel several months ago.
Netanyahu Graft Affair: Israel Police Wanted to Question Kerry and ex-U.S. Envoy but Were Blocked by AG
Questioning former Obama officials on the case surrounding Netanyahu's relationship with Hollywood tycoon Arnon Milchan was too sensitive, Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit told Israel's Justice Ministry.
Suspects in high places often depend on a stash of cash to talk their way out of graft allegations; his lawyer testified that he gave Netanyahy green light to accept gifts from friends.
Information obtained by Haaretz alleges that the prime minister intervened after his wife allegedly asked for expensive jewelry; Netanyahu to be questioned again.
The drug maker is still recovering from a $519 million payment in a similar case in the United States.