The former police superintendent under suspicion in the bribery affair centering around attorney Ronel Fisher said on Monday he would not turn state’s witness in the case.
Eran Malka is suspected of giving information to Fisher in exchange for bribes, bribing other police officers and obstruction of justice. “I’ll have to pay a price, but it will be okay in the end,” said Malka. “There’s no plan to turn state’s witness. I’ve taken responsibility for my actions, and I will pay the price, and with great courage. There’s no alternative.”
Malka claimed he had been uncontrollably sucked into the affair, and that “money was not the issue in this story.”
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