Police said they will interrogate Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on Friday at 10 a.m. in regards to suspicions of corruption.
This will be the second questioning session for the prime minister in this case, on which he has not been charged yet. Police suspect Olmert may have been involved in bribe-taking, money-laundering or campaign funding.
The American donor, Morris Talansky, is slated to give a deposition to the court by the end of the month.
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