Haaretz deputy editor, lawyers visit Blau in London

April 26, 2010 13:17


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Deputy Haaretz editor Avi Zilberberg has traveled to London with Uri Blau's lawyers to find out where the journalist is keeping the classified documents he refuses to hand over to the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency), Israel Radio reported on Monday afternoon.

According to the report, one of Blau's lawyers assessed that former IDF soldier Anat Kamm had passed hundreds of documents on to him, but not two thousands, as was originally reported.Haaretz has supported Blau throughout the ordeal, remaining adamant that the journalist must not be put on trial for the possession of classified documents and warning that the Shin Bet may attempt to uncover more of Blau's sources upon obtaining the files.

The Shin Bet demands that Blau hand over immediately all documents he received from Kamm.

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