Gaydamak: 'I don't understand charges against me'

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October 13, 2010 19:09

 
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Billionaire Arkadi Gaydamak said he does not understand what he did wrong and does not understand the charges against him during his fraud and money laundering trial which opened at the Tel Aviv District Court on Wednesday, Israel Radio reported.

His lawyer, David Libai, denied reports that there are talks of a plea bargain.

Gaydamak returned to Israel last week after spending most of the past year in Moscow.

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