Lieberman probers say they have evidence to prosecute

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Police investigators told Israel’s attorney general that they have enough evidence to prosecute Avigdor Lieberman, according to an Israeli newspaper.

Senior police officials met Tuesday with Attorney General Menachem Mazuz, marking the end of their corruption investigation against the country’s foreign minister, according to Ynet.

Lieberman is accused of bribery, money laundering, breach of trust and interfering with the investigation, according to Ynet.

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