Report: New testimony regarding Olmert's duplicate receipts

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 10, 2010 17:57

 
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The CEO of a travel agency involved in the court case regarding alleged duplicate receipts issued to former prime minister Ehud Omert, told a court on Thursday that he regretted issuing the receipts which had legalized the "bug".

Israel Radio reports that Michael Azulai, the CEO of "Eyala travel agency", was asked by "Rishon Tours" to issue the receipts, because "Rishon Tours" were not authorized to order trips on behalf of the government.

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