shula zaken

Shula Zaken
Former Olmert aide Zaken freed from prison after serving time for Holyland role

Olmert was convicted on two counts of bribery by Tel Aviv District Court Judge David Rozen in March and sentenced to six years in prison in May.

Ehud Olmert in court for closing arguments in the Talansky retrial
Zaken lied, lawyers for Olmert say in closing arguments of Talansky retrial

Olmert’s lawyer, Eyal Rozovsky, who joined his prior lawyer Eli Zohar for the retrial, attacked the heart of the prosecution’s case until this point.

Ehud Olmert
State prosecutor: ‘Olmert’s lies echo in our ears’

Ex-prime minister facing retrial in Talansky Affair following release of Zaken recordings.

Shula Zaken
Parole board approves Shula Zaken's request to shorten sentence

Following the parole board ruling to shorten her sentence, she was expected to be released on January 26.

Ehud Olmert and Ehud Barak
Ehud against Ehud: Olmert to be questioned on allegations that Barak took bribes

Olmert told former aide Zaken in taped phone call that Barak “has millions, tens of millions, stashed away in secret bank accounts in Switzerland, or somewhere,” allegedly from weapons deals.

Shula Zaken
Zaken: Olmert promised me $10,000 a month if I refused plea bargain

Olmert's former chief-of-staff took the state's deal and turned against her around three-decades-long boss to get several years of prison cut from her sentence and said she never received the funds.

Olmert corruption trial
Former Olmert strategist doesn’t recall ‘lie’ on skeletons

Eyal Arad asked Olmert’s longtime chief of staff Shula Zaken whether Olmert had skeletons in the closet when he took over as Kadima’s PM candidate; Zaken reportedly said no.

By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
14/11/2014
Shula Zaken
Businessman's alleged suicide abruptly ends Zaken cross-examination

Zaken responds to pressure about taping Olmert: "I'm glad I had this joker to play."

Shula Zaken
Olmert lawyer to Zaken: You lied to police, saying you had no tapes of Olmert

Olmert's lead lawyer in the retrial was trying to portray Zaken as a serial liar whose current testimony for the state against Olmert cannot be trusted.

Shula Zaken
In cross examination, Olmert’s lawyer presents Zaken as serial liar

Trial continues on Wednesday and likely to least through December and January, which will cover Zaken’s testimony and Olmert’s and others’ counter-testimony attacking her narrative, trustworthines.

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