No evidence found of break-in to lawyer's home

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 3, 2006 14:25

Police in Tel Aviv on Sunday closed the file on an alleged break-in to defense attorney Kinneret Barashi's apartment. Barashi, who represents A., the woman bringing charges of sexual harassment against President Moshe Katsav and who was staying in her attorney's apartment, said that A's wallet had been stolen. However, the police failed to discover signs of forced entry, and A's diary, which contained details relevant to the sexual harassment scandal, was not taken.


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