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· Netanyahu lashes out at ‘ludicrous’ graft charges as trial begins →
In the latter role, Shany said, the premier will be “fighting very aggressively and maybe effectively to weaken the government authorities that are prosecuting him”.
· Netanyahu stands trial on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust →
The three former colleagues have since struck a deal with the prosecution that they won’t be prosecuted for their own involvement in the cases in return for them providing evidence against Netanyahu.
· Defence of Dominic Cummings is shameful, says ex-Durham police chief →
Under his leadership, Durham police pioneered alternatives to prosecutions and Barton said prosecuting or fining Cummings would have been pointless.
The New York Times
· Netanyahu Corruption Trial Begins, Taking Israel Into Uncharted Territory →
Mr. Shany said there was a “basic incompatibility” between Mr. Netanyahu’s running the government and his “fighting as a defendant, and fighting very aggressively and maybe very effectively, in order to weaken the authorities of government that are prosecuting him.”
· Netanyahu’s ‘unprecedented’ corruption trial to open →
In the latter role, Shany says, the premier will be “fighting very aggressively and maybe effectively to weaken the government authorities that are prosecuting him”.
· Dominic Cummings clearly broke rules, says ex-police chief →
One does not need to prosecute in every case.”
· Isis fighter Britons could be charged over ‘conflict selfies’ →
So far just 40 individuals have been prosecuted following their return, partly because of the complexities in retrieving evidence from the battlefield.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Hong Kong security law may mean ‘joint’ criminal probes with mainland, parliament adviser Maria Tam says →
If someone is arrested and prosecuted, Tam said, “it will be done all within the existing Hong Kong legal system”.
· Trump's firing of government watchdogs chips away at America's checks and balances →
It seems crazy to imagine any president would go still further and use the law enforcement powers of the U.S. government to investigate and prosecute political opponents — at least after President Richard Nixon.