Olmert gives comptroller home sale documents

Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said Wednesday he had handed documents related to the sale of his Jerusalem home to the State Comptroller. The documents included the sales contract for the house in Jerusalem's Katamon neighborhood, the rental contract he signed with the buyer, US billionaire Daniel Abraham, after selling him the house and other documents. State Comptroller Micha Lindenstrauss is investigating the sale of the house for $2.7 million to Abraham, who has contributed to the election campaigns of various politicians, including Olmert.