Israeli rabbis and police officers are getting too chummy, some say
Years-old bribery investigation could come back to haunt the top ranks of the Israel Police.
Last month, attorneys Eli Zohar and Roy Blecher, who represent Yoshiyahu Pinto, a popular and influential rabbi, met with Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein. Pinto is suspected of trying to bribe Brig. Gen. Efraim Bracha of the Israel Police investigation and intelligence division.
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