Dudu Topaz: 'I hate myself for the situation I'm in now'

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 3, 2009 17:11

 
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For the first time since he was arrested in connection with attacks on media executives, actor and entertainer Dudu Topaz told Channel 2 on Wednesday afternoon, "I have no idea what happened to me, what craziness surrounds me." "I am at one with the fact that I told the truth, but I hate myself for the situation I'm in now," he added. Asked by Channel 2 if he had "also had those thoughts when he was planning [the attacks]," Topaz responded, "Good question, I won't answer it." When further questioned, he said to Channel 2, "No, enough my friend. What I have to say, I'll say to the police, or in court. I've said enough already."

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