'Harpaz admits he forged Galant Document'

August 27, 2010 08:47


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Lt. Col. (res.) Boaz Harpaz has admitted to police that he forged the "Galant document," Channel 10 reported on Friday morning.

Harpaz remains in police custody until Sunday, while investigators examine his role in the controversy surrounding an attempt to derail the likely appoint of Maj. Gen. Yoav Galant to the become the next IDF chief of staff.

Harpaz has maintained that he committed the forgery of his own accord, without receiving instructions from anyone else connected to the affair.

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