Heftsiba CEO may fight extradition if agreement with wife challenged

September 2, 2007 08:34

Heftsiba CEO Boaz Yona, nabbed on Thursday night in Italy after fleeing Israel following the collapse of his company one month ago, says that he may delay the extradition process if the financial agreement he signed with his wife is not honored, Army Radio reported on Sunday. The CEO is alleged to have embezzled money paid by dozens of buyers of apartments built by Heftsiba, and depositing it in private accounts owned by himself and others in the company.

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