(IsraelNN.com) In a report Friday, journalist Yoav Yitzchak said that the company accused of bribing Prime Minister Ehud Olmert by giving him a huge discount on the purchase of an apartment in a project for which he helped arrange hard-to-get permits had “lost” an important piece of evidence in the case. The Alumot construction company, which developed the Carmia project in which Olmert reportedly purchased an apartment at a $600,000 discount, says that it cannot find an appraisal document prepared by the company that states the developers could expect between NIS 1.8 million and NIS 2 million for dwellings of the type and size Olmert was able to purchase – for NIS 1.2 million.Are he and they trying now to destroy evidence? It would seem that way.
Saturday, May 19, 2007
SOME VITAL EVIDENCE IN OLMERT CASE GOES "MISSING"
One of Ehud Olmert's associates in his illegal activities appears to be hiding evidence against him: