The British newspaper The Daily mail Today he sent a tough response to a letter they received from former Prime Minister Ehud Barak who threatened to report the newspaper for defamation.
The letter sent by Barak's lawyers follows an image published by the newspaper that shows Barak with his face partially hidden, entering the estate of millionaire Jeffrey Epstein.
In a letter sent to Barak lawyers for Daily mail Representatives demanded that Barak withdraw the phrase "defamation of blood" against the publication of the document, making it clear that "we did not act for any political entity."
The letter further states: "He Daily mail "It is behind the recent publications on the ties of Ehud Barak with the condemned pedophile Jeffrey Epstein."
The document added: "We have to keep in mind that Barak's claim that he had never participated in illegal activities in Epstein responded to a statement that was never made.
"The article presented images of Barak entering the estate of Jeffrey Epstein in Manhattan in January 2016, with his face almost completely covered, and shortly after the arrival of four young people to the same farm (which also photographed.) 2016 without complaints, when Barak was described as an "unidentified person." The publication of the last article is the admission of Barak who is the person in the images, who also raises legitimate questions about His statement that he has never met Epstein in the company of women or girls. "