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  אדר ב 2, 5774 , 04/03/14

Shula Zaken Agrees to Turn State's Evidence

Shula Zaken, former office manager for former prime minister and Jerusalem mayor Ehud Olmert, agreed, Tuesday, to turn state's evidence and testify against Olmert in the Holyland corruption case. The case revolves around the approval of a Jerusalem real-estate development after it appeared the development would be rejected.

Under the agreement, Zaken would serve a prison sentence of 11 months for her part in the affair. It is now up to the prosecution to accept or reject the agreement.

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