Report: Cracks revealed in Holyland trial witness testimony

October 30, 2012 23:00


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Cracks were revealed in the state witness's version of events in the Holyland corruption trial on Tuesday, according to Israeli media reports on Tuesday.

According to News1, the witness, known as "S.D." under gag order, said that former prime minister Ehud Olmert received a total of 1.5 million shekels in bribes, however, he contradicted himself about the individual amounts. He also said he did not remember any other details, such as whether the payments were made in cash or check. 

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