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Arthur Fergenson, Senior Counsel, appearing as a special guest on Mark Levin’s program to analyze the charges leveled against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, accusing him of breach of trust and bribery.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is charged with three counts of wrongdoing, the most serious being bribery.  Senior Counsel Arthur Fergenson was invited by his friend of many years, well-known author and conservative commentator Mark Levin to discuss the indictment.  Arthur took the counts on one by one.  His conclusion was that the indictment of […]

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