Police won't probe Olmert for talking to Zaken at wedding

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May 26, 2010 14:11

 
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Former prime minister Ehud Olmert will not be investigated for sharing words with his former assistant Shula Zaken at a wedding, police stated Wednesday.

Olmert ran into fellow suspects in the Holyland bribery case, Shula Zaken and Yehoshua Pollack at the wedding of Aryeh Deri's daughter on Monday, in a possible violation of a court order banning contact between the suspects.

The police will reconsider opening an investigation if it receives indications that the suspects discussed the case at the wedding, Channel 2 reported.


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