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Netanyahu family requested that state pay for their dog’s care

The Netanyahu family with their dog, Kaia

The Netanyahu family with their dog, Kaia

The latest installment in the ongoing saga of the Netanyahus’ dog arrived on Tuesday when it was discovered that the family had requested that the state pay for Kaia’s care and food.

The request, which would have essentially meant that expenditure for the dog would have been footed by the Israeli taxpayer, was refused by the Prime Minister’s Office on the grounds that it constitutes a personal expense, rather than a state one.

Full report HERE

Meanwhile, here is how Sara tried to make¬†steal a few extra Shekels to feed the family ….

Image by Latuff

Sara Netanyahu pocketed bottle deposits cash

Sara Netanyahu pocketed bottle deposits cash

Sara Netanyahu To Be Questioned in Bizarre Bottle Deposit Scandal

JERUSALEM ‚ÄĒ Israel‚Äôs first lady will be questioned over suspected spending irregularities at the prime minister‚Äôs residence.

Sara Netanyahu, the wife of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, reportedly will be questioned Thursday, despite a request by her attorney to close the investigation.

Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein in February announced his recommendation of a preliminary investigation into allegations of overspending following the release of the comptroller‚Äôs report noting that expenditures at the prime minister‚Äôs official residence in Jerusalem ‚Äúdo not conform to standards of reason, proportionality, economical management and efficiency.‚ÄĚ

Weinstein also took issue with expenditures at the family home in Caesarea.

He ordered that the probe be postponed until after last March’s national elections; the criminal investigation began in July.

Sara Netanyahu also is believed to have pocketed thousands of dollars from deposits on bottles paid for by the state.

She was sued in March 2014 by a family caregiver over claims that she was abusive and in 2010 by the family’s housekeeper for withholding wages and verbal abuse.


Nice, trustworthy family, eh?

1 Comment

  1. robertsgt40 said,

    December 30, 2015 at 18:19

    Oh, the irony. Make a big stink about chinching a few bucks on bottles and dog care, all the while ignoring the wholesale slaughter of Palestinians. Only in the mind of collective psychopaths.

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