Israeli Deep State Strikes: PM Netanyahu Indicted on Bribery Based on Positive Coverage

The Israeli Attorney General announced Thursday he recommended bribery and fraud charges against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

The police say Netanyahu promoted regulatory changes in favor of telecom giant Bezeq who in turn gave him favorable coverage.

It appears Israel has a Deep State too.

Top Israeli reporter Caroline Glick calls the charges 100% BS.

These rumors started earlier — six weeks before election.

Netanyahu was indicted on corruption charges today.
US News reported:

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was indicted on corruption charges on Thursday, heightening uncertainty over who will ultimately lead a country deep in political disarray after two inconclusive elections this year.

The decision announced by Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit was the first of its kind against a serving Israeli prime minister and represented Netanyahu’s gravest crisis of his lengthy political career.

He was charged with breach of trust and fraud in all three corruption cases against him, as well as bribery in one of the investigations, according to a charge sheet released by the Justice Ministry.

Netanyahu, in power since 2009, has dominated Israeli politics for a generation and is the country’s longest-serving leader. He has denied wrongdoing.

Netanyahu responded on Twitter:

Netanyahu, “There is no court in a modern-enlightened state that convicted a public servant of a bribery offense for positive coverage.”

It sounds ridiculous.

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