Israeli prosecutors spell out allegations against Netanyahu. Benjamin has been charged with fraud, breach of trust and accepting bribes in three corruption cases.
Israeli prosecutors on Sunday released an amended indictment spelling out detailed charges against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a corruption case in which he is accused of trading favors with a powerful media mogul.
The amended version of the so-called Case 4000 removed all language referring to Netanyahu’s family removed, instead zeroing in on the premier alone.
Additionally, the Jerusalem District Court had ordered the prosecution to come up with a list of instances in which the leader allegedly asked media tycoon Shaul Elovitch for favorable coverage in Elovitch owned Walla news site.