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In Court, Ex-aide Delves Into the Heart of Netanyahu's Corruption Case

The testimony of 'Trojan horse' Nir Hefetz in the corruption trial of Netanyahu and the ex-Walla was limited from the start because he never won the full confidence of either man

Gidi Weitz
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The key player in Case 4000 stood in the witness stand in Jerusalem District Court for the first time on Monday. A few meters away from him sat defendant No. 1, Benjamin Netanyahu, and defendant No. 2, Shaul Elovitch. At the time of the incident described in the indictment they were powerful, influential men: The former was a popular prime minister, the latter the controlling owner of the Bezeq communications monopoly. Since then Netanyahu has lost his power and Elovitch his entire world.

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