Netanyahu's true ties with French businessman at centre of carbon trading fraud case

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Documents drawn up by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in person confirm the close links existing between him and Arnaud Mimran, the principal suspect in the biggest fraud case in French history, a massive carbon trading scam which cost French taxpayers around 1.6 billion euros, according to a joint investigation by Mediapart and Israeli daily Haaretz.