"Israeli" Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu harshly criticized the Zionist entity's police Wednesday for recruiting his confidants as witnesses in the corruption cases filed against him.
"They're taking people they claim committed some offense," Netanyahu wrote in Hebrew on his Facebook page.
"They take them into detention, terrify them and tell them: 'Your life is over, your family's life is over. We'll take everything from you, including your freedom. You want to get out of this? There's one way - smear Netanyahu. It doesn't matter if you tell the truth - the main thing is you smear Netanyahu,'" he claimed.
Netanyahu repeated comments made by his associates earlier this week, including claims that when there is something real, there is no need for a single witness, and when there is nothing, not a thousand witnesses will help."
Meanwhile, responding to Netanyahu's comments, law enforcement officials said later on Wednesday evening considering that the statements he made against the police and his former confidants who have become witnesses were actually an assault on Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit.
Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team