A prominent opposition member of Knesset was interrogated by police on Thursday as a potential suspect in a case involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and media tycoon Arnon Mozes.
Eitan Cabel (Zionist Union) was questioned for two hours by the anti-fraud unit on suspicion of breach of trust and obstruction of justice. Mozes was also questioned by police at the same time.
“I said what I had to say, and just as I told the truth [before] I told the truth today,” Cabel said following the interrogation.
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