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Rushing to Ink Netanyahu Plea Deal, Can Anyone Stop Israel's Attorney General?

Israel's AG has backtracked on all his decisions in the cases against the former prime minister, determined to sign a deal with the man who terrorized him. But even after both sides show their cards, talks could still blow up

Gidi Weitz
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An attorney general who tiptoes around the corruption of politicians and tends to accept their narrative, needs people around who will protect him from himself and protect the public interest.

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