Olmert at trial: Talansky didn't give me any donations

June 23, 2011 12:07


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Olmert testified again Thursday at the Jerusalem District Court, claiming that he was did not receive funds of up to $100,000 from US businessman Moshe Talansky, Army Radio said. According to the prosecution, Olmert had kept money in the form of cash in a private stash.

"I don't recall a time or an event where I may have received a donation [from Talansky]. I don't remember any such situation during the time that I was Industry Trade and Labor Minister," Olmert testified.

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