Netanyahu's attorney gives testimony to police in two investigations
David Shimron, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's personal attorney, arrived at the offices of the Israel Police's Anti Fraud Unit on Monday to provide testimony concerning two investigations against the prime minister.


Shimron, who is providing his testimony willingly and is not being questioned under caution, is being asked about the illicit gifts Netanyahu and his family allegedly received from wealthy donors, as well as the prime minister's talks with Yedioth Ahronoth publisher Arnon Mozes to negotiate a more favorable converge.