Alsheich takes blame for omitting Netanyahu’s name from report

Police Commissioner Roni Alsheich and Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit made an effort Tuesday to contain the fallout from a number of inaccuracies that were found in the Israel Police announcement that it recommends indicting Sara Netanyahu in what is known as the “Prime Minister’s Residence Affair.”

On Sunday, the police recommended indicting Sarah Netanyahu for three separate issues in the affair, but their initial public statement bizarrely left out those key details, noting only that they had sent all evidence to the prosecution.

After a media and public outcry, the police privately revealed that they had recommended indicting Netanyahu.


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