Shula Zaken to be released to house arrest

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May 2, 2010 15:09

 
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Shula Zaken, previously a top aide to former prime minister Ehud Olmert, will be released to house arrest, after spending a week in jail in connection to the Holyland case.

Zaken will spend ten days in house arrest, during which she may not contact any of the other people involved in the case. She must post NIS 300,000 bail, and can not leave the country for six months.



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