“Under a plea bargain reached between Segev’s lawyers and government prosecutors, he will receive 11 years in prison” for spying for Iran

Former cabinet minister Gonen Segev convicted of spying for Iran
by Yonah Jeremy Bob
January 9, 2019

Disgraced former minister Gonen Segev was convicted of spying for Iran by the Jerusalem District Court on Wednesday in a plea bargain. A statement from the prosecution said that the sides would ask the court for an 11-year jail term. Sentencing arguments have been set for February 11. Other details in the case remain under gag order. Channel 10 previously reported that Segev admitted to the spying charges, but that he explained that he was trying to help Israel and return as a “hero” under the guise of spying for Iran. READ MORE

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