Netanyahu, Defiant, Calls Bribery Case ‘Full of Holes, Like Swiss Cheese’

Fighting back against a police recommendation that he be prosecuted on bribery, fraud and breach of trust charges, the Israeli prime minister vowed not to resign.

JERUSALEM — Fighting back against a damning new allegation of corruption from the Israeli police and calls for his resignation, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel on Wednesday assailed investigators’ findings as biased and “full of holes, like Swiss cheese,” and vowed to serve to the end of his term in late 2019.After a yearlong graft inquiry, the police recommended late Tuesday that M...