Bogus Charges Against Benjamin Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel, was yet again under attack from Israeli police. For 22 years the police seem to have waged war against Mr. Netanya hu and after all that come up with these two scenarios of corruption and bribery. As you read through this article, you can see that they are built on flimsy premises. If this is the best they can do, it may sit well for the Prime Minister.

As Written and Reported By Emily Zanotti for the Daily Wire:

Earlier this week, Israeli police recommended Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted on charges that he accepted bribes and breached the public trust in two incidents.

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But according to experts on Israeli politics — and those familiar with Bibi’s longstanding feud with the Israeli police chief heading the investigation — the charges just don’t seem to add up.

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Israeli politics expert Caroline Glick writes that while the charges have cast a pall over Netanyahu’s hold on power in Israel they cast deeper questions “about the purity of the police service’s intentions and its trustworthiness.” In an extensive essay that delves deep into nearly two decades of political conflict, Glick lays out why the Israeli police can’t be trusted to be neutral in the case of Netanyahu.

In the first investigation, dubbed “Investigation 1000,” Netanyahu is reportedly under fire for receiving bribes, in the form of cigars, champagne, and other gifts, from a longtime associate and movie producer, Arnon Milchen.

In exchange for those gifts, the police allege that Netanyahu supported extending a law passed in 2008, when Netanyahu was the head of the parliamentary opposition, that gave returning Israeli expatriates a ten year exemption on income earned abroad and a ten year exemption for reporting income earned abroad……


The Charges Against Benjamin Netanyahu Are Bogus. Here’s Why. | Daily Wire

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