Israel’s interior minister should be charged with money laundering, police say

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By Associated Press

JERUSALEM — Israeli police are recommending charges be brought against the country’s interior minister in a major corruption case.

Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said Tuesday there is “evidentiary basis” against Aryeh Deri that he committed fraud and breach of trust, as well as for the commission of millions of shekels in tax offenses, money laundering and the disruption of court proceedings.


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