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  אדר 5, 5774 , 05/02/14

Was Kadima's Moshe Schori Monitoring Netanyahu?

Former chairman of the Kadima party, Moshe Schori, will be called upon to answer the question of whether or not he engaged the services of a private investigator.

Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court Judge Oshri Frust-Frankel has accepted Arutz Sheva's request, instructing Moshe Schori, the former Kadima chairman who is implicated in corruption and fraud charges, to answer the questions as part of a defamation lawsuit he is filing against the channel. Amongst other matters, Schori will be asked if he obtained the the services of a private investigator as part of his work with Kadima, and to what aim those services were intended. 

It may be recalled that Arutz Sheva published an article wherein the police stated that they were recommending that Schori be put on on trial after investigations revealed his alleged involvement in serious offenses, including falsifying corporate documents, conspiracy, aggravated fraud, obstruction of justice and invasion of privacy.

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