Analysis Avigdor Lieberman's Acquittal Is the Attorney General's Shame

The former foreign minister was cleared, but Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein is guilty of closing the main case against Lieberman.

When Menachem Mazuz was attorney general, he sought to expand and to sharpen the definitions of fraud and breach of trust - the charges of which Avigdor Lieberman was acquitted on Wednesday - to make it easier to convict public figures entangled in affairs that touch on the murky area of bribery.