Olmert questioned for three hours by fraud squad
Investigation, plea deal with aide could lead to new charges only days before sentencing in the Holyland affair.
Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was questioned on Sunday for three hours at the offices of the National Fraud Investigations Unit, amid suspicions of obstruction of justice as well as tampering with evidence and testimony in the Talansky and Rishon Tours cases. This marks the second time Olmert was interrogated on the subject, and questioning is expected to end by the weekend.
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