Israeli rabbi suspected of giving bribes must be indicted
The attorney general should not see Yoshiyahu Pinto as a small fry whose only purpose is to provide information on senior police officers.
Prosecutor Eli Schwartz's criticism of the fact that the attorney general might sign a plea deal with a rabbi suspected of giving bribes, Yoshiyahu Pinto, reflects a disturbing development. And Schwartz added more than criticism. The Tel Aviv district prosecutor threatened to resign from the case if Pinto receives breaks in exchange for ostensibly incriminating evidence on a senior...
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