Kellner offers bribe to witnesses in Holyland cae

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September 9, 2012 20:28

 
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The state witness in the Holyland trial testified on Sunday that Avigdor Kellner, former owner of Polar Investments and one of the main investors in the Holyland project offered him millions of shekels to quit cooperating with the state.

The state witness, known only as S.D. due to a gag order, mentioned the incident while describing the events which led to his cooperation with the state.

The Holyland case involves charges of bribery and fraud against former prime minister Ehud Olmert and fifteen other defendants, including Kellner.

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