'Getting the Galant Document won't solve the case'

August 12, 2010 11:00


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Channel 2's attorney, Barak Bar-Shalom, told the Petah Tikvah District Court on Thursday that giving the police the "Galant Document" will not help solve the case.

"Despite the wide public interest, we're not talking about a serious crime, just a forged document," Bar-Shalom said. "Getting the document won't solve a murder investigation or prevent a danger to national security."

Bar-Shalom added: "Even the police said that it has other ways of reaching its goal, but it's trying the easiest way."

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