Vegetable vendor Shai Bachar claimed police pressured him to be a complainant in an extortion case against a well-known crime figure.
Another day, another top police commander investigated for sexual misconduct. But this time, says host Ben Hartman, it’s really reached crisis point.
Last week, in the dead of night, two Molotov cocktails were thrown at a jachnun (Yemenite pastry) cafe recently opened in the industrial center of Eilat.
On Tuesday, Ahlas Alarjan, the Rahat mother who murdered her three children in 2012, withdrew her insanity defense and pleaded guilty to murder.
On Friday, police seized thousands of Captagon pills from a Palestinian who was crossing into Israel via the West Bank.
It started with a police drug investigation in the Bedouin city of Rahat and ended with two locals dead.
On Monday morning, police received a tip-off that a gang of East Jerusalem car thieves was prowling around the Tel Aviv suburb of Givat Shmuel.
On Monday the mayor of Afula and his deputy were arrested on suspicion of being involved in a multimillion shekel bribery case.
This week, the Green Leaf Party tapped into a major campaign fundraising windfall, making over 100,000 NIS in just a couple of days.
Mob boss Shalom Domrani was released from prison on Sunday after serving a 15-month sentence for interfering in the 2013 Netivot municipal elections.