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    • Tosefta
    • 08.12.07 | 17:12 (IST)

    Dana, yesterday I read an interview with Abrahams' ex-fiancee. She describes what his house looked like, his character, etc. Not too negative towards him, even though he was the one to dump her. There were bags of money lying around in his house. From this I conclude that the money was not provided by the Israeli government, which would have been more careful and giving it out as required. It was his own money. One also gets the sense that he was looked down upon by the Laborites, as a lowlife, and was trying to get into the higher class enviroment. This does not strike me as an effort in collecting money for lobbying purposes, but Abrahams' own effort to improve his social standing. There is no need for conspiracy theories when the explanation is simple. I think I will just leave the matter to the Scotland Yard. Let them do their job and find out how far and deep this goes.

    from the article: Magnate in U.K. scandal: I feared charges of a 'Jewish conspiracy'
    First published 00:00 07.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 07.12.07
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