Businessman Eli Reifman to be charged with fraud in TA court

Businessman Eli Reifman

December 27, 2009 10:22


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The state prosecution was expected to charge business Eli Reifman with fraud and deception on Sunday. Police will bring Reifman to a Tel Aviv court, where they will request extension of his remand by two days. The Emblaze CEO was arrested a week ago, on suspicion of passing forged documents to two companies abroad. He denies the charges.

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