December 30, 2005
Corriere della Sera Claims Italian Premier Paid Witness to Lie About Transactions
The Italian paper Corriere della Sera is reporting that Milanese prosecutors are now checking into whether Premier Silvio Berlusconi paid attorney David Mills at least six hundred thousand dollars to conceal evidence concerning two cases involving Berlusconi in 1997 and 1998. One involved Berlusconi's company Mediaset, which sought to purchase the television rights to some US movies. Read more here.
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