I have written both here and here about problems in the Israeli police force, specifically about them using excessive force in Amona and their splicing a video of the event (lying, in short) to cover up one of their members hitting Member of Knesset Effie Eitam.
The Jerusalem Post has an article about a further investigation. The Zeiler Commission sent warning letters (get a lawyer, and fast) to police officials, including Moshe Karadi, about their involvement with organized crime families and botched murder investigations.
Despite what it looks like, I actually don't enjoy bashing the Israeli police. I think that there are many policemen who work hard to protect the citizens of this country, and it is a shame that their reputations are tarnished by the actions of others. As someone who tries to promote aliyah it also pains me to have to admit that these things are happening in Israel.
On the other hand, I think it is important to cover these developments because too often the outside world gets the impression that every time a settler complains about the Knesset, or the courts, or the police, as in this case, it is just another "right wing nutjob" whining. There are serious problems that need to be taken care of.