Lior Katsav: We have evidence that disproves claims of second 'Aleph'

April 9, 2008 10:29


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Former president Moshe Katsav's defense team possesses hitherto unrevealed evidence proving Katsav did not have inappropriate relations with 'Tourism Ministry Aleph,' Katsav's brother Lior said Wednesday. In an interview to Army Radio, Lior Katsav said "We possess additional evidence that proves that Tourism Ministry Aleph's version is a lie...that will prove that her claims have no connection to the truth." Lior Katsav claimed that his brother had been forced to sign the plea bargain first announced in June 2007, by certain people who extorted him. He would not say who those people were.

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