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The lawyer of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, confidant and relative David Shimron is one of those who will be indicted in Case 3000, also known as the Submarines Affair, according to a Channel 2 report on Monday night.
According to the report, the Lahav 443 anti-corruption police unit has completed its 20-month investigation into the affair and will soon transfer its recommendations for indictment to the prosecution.
Others mentioned by Channel 2 as headline in charges are: Avriel Bar-Josef, former deputy head of the National Security Council; Eliezer Marom, former commander of the Israeli Navy; and David Sharan, former chief of staff of the prime minister's office.
Netanyahu & # 39; s trusted legal adviser Yitzhak Molcho will escape the charges according to Channel 2.
"This is one of the serious corruption cases that have been investigated for bribery and fraud in Israel's security tenders worth tens of millions of dollars," a senior official attached to the Channel 2 study said.
In the Submarines Affair, Miki Ganor, the sales representative of Thyssen Krupp in Israel, changed the evidence of the state, allegedly committed fraud with other top Israeli defense officials and top assistants to Netanyahu in a deal for Israel to nuclear submarines of the German company to buy.
Yonah Jeremy Bob contributed to this report.
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