Head of Israel's National Fraud Squad commits suicide amid allegations of bribery
Ephraim Bracha. (Photo: Emil Salman via Haaretz)
Police announced on Sunday the suicide of police National Fraud Squad head Asst.-Ch. Ephraim Bracha, 55, who had served in the police force for more than 30 years.
Bracha was suspect of involvement in the recent bribery case against Rabbi Yoshiyahu Yosef Pinto.
- When helping NGOs does not pay off: Police arrest Israeli deputy minister Fania Kirshenbaum on charges of funneling funds to non-profit organizations
- National suicide
- PA Rejects Israeli Demand to Find and Hand Over Alleged Zeevi Assassins
- Suicide Bomber Wounds Israeli Soldiers, Sharon Weighs Response to PFLP Assassination