'Olmert secretary listened-in on calls to Sharon, Netanyahu'

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March 23, 2010 12:05

 
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Former prime minister Ehud Olmert's phone calls with Ariel Sharon, Binyamin Netanyahu and others were listened-in on, a former secretary of Olmert's said Tuesday.

The former secretary, Pazit Ben-Israel, was testifying at Olmert's trial in the Jerusalem District Court.

Ben-Israel was the first to expose the issue of Olmert's calls being eavesdropped on at the bidding of his former bureau chief Shula Zaken.

The trial of Olmert and Zaken continues.

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