Police are advising to sue the Israeli Minister's indictment
Jerusalem: Israeli police on Tuesday advised Interior Minister Arye Deri's charge of fraud and breach of trust in investigations into property sales. The Attorney General is now deciding whether to entrust Deri, who heads the ultra-orthodox Jewish party Shas, and previously served as a prisoner for corruption. "Finding the investigation is that there is a burden of proof against Deri that he committed fraud and breach of trust in his behavior while serving as a minister," police said. According to him, there are also evidence of hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax fraud and money laundering, among others. Long-term investigation has investigated large transfers of money to Deri related to the sale of land, the police said.