Former Netanyahu employee expected to get immunity in exchange for testimony against PM

Meni Naftali, the former chief overseer of the prime minister’s official residence in Jerusalem, is expected to be given immunity by the police in exchange for giving testimony in two possibly criminal affairs involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara, "Bottlegate," and the "Lawn Furniture Affair."

When he was called into the police’s Lahav 433 unit in Lod to give testimony on the affairs, Naftali asked  about the possibility of receiving immunity from prosecution for testimony that could potentially incriminate the former overseer himself.


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