The Feds couldn’t get him for bumping off rivals, racketeering, bootlegging, prostitution or gambling.
They nailed him for income tax evasion, imprisoning him in Atlanta, Alcatraz, and Terminal Island, California, ending up ill and a shadow of his former self.
Netanyahu won’t be convicted of war crimes and major human rights abuses. Maybe he’ll go down for bribery, breach of trust, and alleged criminality connected to so-called Case 4000.
Police suspect Walla news owner/controlling shareholder of Bezeq telecommunications company Shaul Elovitch ordered favorable coverage of Netanyahu on his news site in return for benefits arranged for Bezeq.
Israeli communications ministry director general Shlomo Filber, appointed by Netanyahu, is accused of illicitly letting Bezeq buy shares of satellite cable provider YES.
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