U.S. Paid Netanyahu Confidant's Firm $150k While Embassy Was Being Moved to Jerusalem
The sum was paid to the law firm for legal services to the consulate in Jerusalem during the month in which the embassy transferred to the building. An embassy official says the U.S. government has been using the firm's services 'for ordinary business for over 30 years'
The U.S. government paid $150,000 to a law firm closely connected to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, E.S. Shimron, I. Molho, Persky Co, during the period in which the U.S. Embassy in Israel was moved from...
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