Lawyer: 'Rashe' doesn't want to testify in Eshel affair

January 29, 2012 09:10


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The Prime Minister's Office employee known as 'rashe', who allegedly complained to senior PMO officials that PMO Bureau Chief Natan Eshel behaved improperly toward her, has requested not to testify on the issue, her attorney told Army Radio on Sunday.

"Rashe does not want to be involved in the matter. She does not want to involve the public, the media or the authorities in what did or did not happen," her attorney Harel Arnon stated, adding that her involvement in the affair would "turn her name and her life into common property."

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