State's witness begins second day of Holyland testimony

July 2, 2012 09:23

The Holyland trial began its second day hearing testimony from the state's central witness Monday morning, after Sunday's session was adjourned early when the witness felt ill. On Sunday, the witness, "S.D.", whose identity is being kept secret by a gag order, accused former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert of accepting bribes in relation to the Holyland construction project.

The witness was scheduled to testify for 11 hours a day for two weeks.

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