Olmert suspected to have transferred classified document to lawyer

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June 15, 2017 09:23
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Israeli police raided Yediot Achronot publishing house Thursday morning in search of classified information involving a book written by former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.

The police presented Yediot Achronot with a search warrant, as part of an investigation after one of Olmert's lawyers was found by prison guards with a classified document after a visit to Olmert in jail. Olmert is suspected to have transferred the classified document to his lawyer during their meeting. 

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