Olmert finishes third questioning session in Holyland case

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 11, 2010 16:50

The third day of questioning with former prime minister Ehud Olmert in connection with the Holyland case was concluded by police investigators from the National Fraud Unit in Lod on Sunday.

Sunday's session lasted eight hours as police continued to examine further suspicions that the former prime minister received bribe money from the Holyland project developers through his former bureau chief, Shula Zaken, and his bother, Yossi Olmert, who currently resides in the US.


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