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Friday, May 09, 2008

Olmert threatened Talansky?

Israel Radio reports that a Jerusalem court has granted the prosecution's request to take the deposition of Morris (Moshe) Talansky rather than expecting him to return to Israel to testify against Olmert. One of the reasons the court cited in its decision was that Talansky told a police officer that he feared Olmert would try to harm him and therefore he would not return to Israel in the foreseeable future. The court emphasized that it does not necessarily believe that Olmert would do such a thing. Huh?


At 6:32 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Its like a bad episode of the Sopranos. Olmert may not have to make Morris Talansky disappear to discredit the State's case - just drag out the proceedings so no indictment is going to be filed for months. After all, as he has said, he is not going to resign unless he is indicted and in his own mind, his own personal well-being and that of the State Of Israel are one and the same.


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