Netanyahu trial bangs into Iran nuclear deal
The former Walla CEO recorded calls from various defendants and players in the case and eventually produced the recordings to police, along with a massive number of texts.
Yeshua is testifying as part of Case 4000, the 'Bezeq-Walla Affair.'
According to Yeshua, it was in those moments that he decided to break with Elovitch and to seek legal counsel.
He only stayed for a short part of the six-and-a-half-hour drama – and was mostly still, emotionless and with his arms crossed in a defensive position.
The allegations in Case 4000 are that Netanyahu favored Elovitch’s Bezeq in communications policy in exchange for positive coverage from Elovitch’s Walla website.
The draft also has a part in which Netanyahu references Liat Ben-Ari, who is the lead prosecutor of the trial, and the former CEO of Walla!, Ilan Yeshua, who will be testifying in Monday's hearing.
The prosecution said that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu abused his power as part of a wide-ranging media bribery scheme in its opening statement for his public corruption trial on Monday.