Following a wave of rumors, an official announcement came Monday from the Telegras administration: A senior director of the organization was the one who collaborated with the police in order to bring down the group.
This is A (Ben 45), the manager of the "Sting Team" at Telegras, who was trusted to handle customer complaints about merchants.
The same manager - not on the list 42 arrestees In the police operation, many of them were known in the group: 'Luqer,' 'Abu Faisal,' 'conspirator,' and more.
Last night, his full name was revealed alongside his ID number, home address, phone numbers at home and at work, and even full details of his parents. The message also describes how it looks and promises to attach an image soon.
The statement read: "Sorry that we were wrong and we put a traitor in our midst, but he has to pay for the mistake he made."
The motive that allegedly led A. to turn over Telegras' entire chain of management to the police is yet to be known, but the most common estimates in the chain are that it is in exchange for closing a case for a series of offenses.
Among the rumors is the reason why the same manager was apparently arrested in the first place: from drug and drug trafficking to alleged sexual issues. On the other hand, there are those who claim that threats from a criminal organization are the reason.
Last night, we also revealed that for the first time since the arrest of the director of the Telgras organization, Amos Silver, he was contacted. His lawyers came to Ukraine And report From there because he is imprisoned in very harsh conditions.
At the same time, despite the closure of Tellegras, online trading in cannabis in Israel has not stopped. Dozens of groups Continue to operate as usual, and Telegras also promise that they will soon return to regular activity.