Isreali crime boss arrested on suspicion of laundering half a billion



According to a report by Channel 13, a leader of a crime organization Shalom Domrani, together with 35 of his associates have been arrested for alleged involvement in a large money laundering activity worth $150 million using false tax receipts. The arrest followed a massive raid carried out by the police on many suspects in the center and south of the country, including the West Bank. Along with the arrest of these culprits, the police as well uncovered safes, a large amount of cash, jewellery, vehicles, and other luxuries, and also locked down a currency exchange center believed to be used for money laundering operations. Shlomo, a former associate of the Crime leader was arrested earlier this January for attempting murder by planting a bomb in the car of his former bus.