Prosecutors cancel state's witness agreement in submarine affair

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 7, 2019 12:00
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Prosecutors moved to cancel a state's witness agreement for Miki Ganor, a central figure in Case 3000, according to Walla! news.


The case involves suspected corruption in the purchase by Israel of several submarines from German manufacturer ThyssenKrupp.
In a surprise move Ganor asked to change part of his earlier testimony, leading prosecutors to rescind his agreement and the partial immunity it grants.

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