Questioning the most powerful person in the country – in his own home

Last week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sat across from police investigators of the National Fraud Unit for two sessions, in which he was questioned under caution for a total of eight hours, as part of an ongoing corruption investigation.

The psychology of these interrogations – and any future questioning of Netanyahu, are highly important to police investigators who seek to gain an upper-hand on the prime minister.


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