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Allowed to advertise at Walla's request! NEWS: Police launched an investigation into Dankner - Walla! news

2019-12-10T15:46:56.253Z

The Rishon Lezion Magistrate's Court allowed the businessman to be transferred to Nitzan Detention Center following an investigation that opened in his case. An injunction was placed on the details of the investigation. However, factors ...



Allowed to advertise at Walla's request! NEWS: Police have launched an investigation into Dankner

The Rishon Lezion Magistrate's Court allowed the businessman to be transferred to Nitzan Detention Center following an investigation that opened in his case. An injunction was placed on the details of the investigation. However, officials in the details speculated that there would be no impetus to continue the hearing on its early release

Allowed to advertise at Walla's request! NEWS: Police have launched an investigation into Dankner

Photo: Yotam Ronen, Editing: Yossi Alter

At the request of Walla! NEWS, Rishon Lezion Magistrate's Court on Tuesday allowed the publication of an investigation into businessman Nochi Dankner's case. Following this, Dankner's application for early release was frozen and he was transferred from his actions to Nitzan Detention Center, where he was interrogated.

The investigation is underway by a Central County fraud dispatcher and a publicity ban has been imposed on her details. Attorneys Michler Rosen and two illusters were represented by Dankner, who argued that reducing the order could hurt him.

However, a law enforcement official made it clear that there was no prevention of his release and that "all the noise around him is likely to turn out to be nothing." In addition, officials around Dankner believed that President Reuben Rivlin would be granted a pardon request as soon as he received a green light from the enforcement systems in his case.

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He was taken to Nitzan Detention Center following the investigation. Dankner, 2018 (Photo: Reuben Castro)

Nochi Danker enters Ma'asiyahu Prison October 2, 2018 (Photo: Reuven Castro)

Dankner was sentenced to three years in prison after being convicted of a securities fraud in the "running" IDB shares. In addition, the capital market man with me Strum was sentenced to two years in prison under the affair. The two were sentenced by the Supreme Court in August 2018, after appealing the sentence sentenced by the Tel Aviv District Court two years earlier. On the other hand, the State Attorney's Office appealed and sought to impose a more severe sentence on them - and this was accepted, in the decision of Justices David Mintz, Neil Handel and George Read.

The ruling deals with the issuance of IDB shares in February 2012. Dankner and Strom acted so that Strum purchased through his company, ISP, a large amount of the shares offered to the public. This created an artificial demand that affected the share price. The company was able to raise NIS 321 million on the same offering, of which 62 million were purchased by controlling shareholders or stakeholders.

On October 2 last year, he began serving the prison sentence at Ma'asiyahu Prison in the VIP Division - Division 10 - which he inaugurated years ago his cousin, Danny Dankner, who served a prison sentence with Ehud Olmert.

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Dankner began serving his sentence last year. Division 10 in Ma'asiyahu Prison (Photo: IPS)

Wing 10 in Ma'asiyahu Prison (Photo: IPS, Walla system! NEWS)

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