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Netanyahu rules out resignation if indicted

“A criminal leader for a criminal ‘state.’ How appropriate.” Press TV interview with Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he will not step down even if the regime’s attorney general seeks to indict him for corruption. “No, I don’t intend to resign,” he told a news conference in Rio de Janeiro in response to a question whether he would take the decision if Attorney General Avichai Mandeblit acted on the police’s recommendation that the premier be indicted. Netanyahu faces three corruption cases. In Case 1000, he is suspected of receiving gifts from businessmen overseas. He…