Submarine case: Police set up cameras at key witness's home

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 Submarine case: Police install cameras at key witness' home

Israeli TV channel 12 reported that the police installed cameras at the home of a key witness in the submarine case.

The cameras were installed at the home of the former vice chairman of the National Avriel Bar Yosef's security.

Last year, Bar Yosef was charged with involvement in a controversial $2 billion deal to buy submarines from the German shipbuilding company ThyssenKrupp.

Bar Yosef, in particular, he is accused of accepting a bribe from a Thyssenkrupp representative in Israel.

According to the press, cameras were installed in the witness's house while he was behind bars. The police summoned his wife for questioning so that investigators could gain access to their house , Channel 12 reported.

Advo kat Bar Yosefa criticized the police for the “shocking” conduct, stating that it violates his client's right to privacy.

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