Report: Katsav accuser supports plea bargain

July 22, 2007 21:13


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'Lamed', one of the accusers in the sexual crimes case against former president Moshe Katsav, announced that she supported the plea bargains and would attempt to convince the High Court of Justice to accept the deal signed with the former president, Channel Two reported Sunday. 'Lamed', who was at first opposed the plea bargain, had reportedly changed her mind and she and her attorney are set to appear before the court to try and persuade it to accept the deal. Lamed's attorney submitted a document to the Supreme Court which read: "In Lamed's opinion, there is great value in the fact that Katsav will admit and accept upon himself everything she has said that appears in the indictment…and is the absolute truth."

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