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Internal Security: January 12, 2012‎

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A detective and an intelligence coordinator in the Ayalon district Police (center of Israel) were indicted in the Petach Tikva court for a conspiracy to commit a crime, breaking and entering into a residence, theft, breach of trust, obstructing justice and illegal possession of weapons. The indictment states that the two police officers were appointed to secure a criminal collaborating with the police as an informant. During this period the two are claimed to have conspired to break into the apartment of the father-in-law of one of the officers and steal the content of a safe box. The officers, together with two other criminals, are charged with stealing €46,000, ₤586, jewelery and a gun.


Closed Society: December 29, 2011‎

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The Haifa district attorney filed a charge sheet against a Jewish minor aged 16, a resident of Akko. The minor is charged with attempted arson, conspiring to break the law, and vandalizing a car, motivated by racism. The charge sheet claims that the defendant, together with three others, conspired to vandalize and set on fire the car of Ahmad Sarhan, an Arab resident of Akko, just because he’s an Arab.

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December 29th, 2011 at 5:23 pm

Political: 27 December, 2010

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Shimon Gapasu, mayer of Nazareth Illit, was arrested on suspicion of having received bribes and will remain in detention until Thursday. Additionally, the detention of his bureau chief, Meshi Snuani, and his assistant, Yakov Goldberg. Gapasu is also suspected of the crimes of brokering bribes, money laundering, fraud, and violation of fiduciary responsibilities, as well as conspiracy to commit a crime and electoral fraud. (Hebrew)