Israel's State Prosecutor Rationalizes Expected Closure of Lieberman Case

Prosecutor cites difficulty in presenting evidence: 'people who are capable of shedding light on these matters are people who don't want to talk.'

One major problem in prosecuting corruption cases is the difficulty of bringing witnesses from overseas, State Prosecutor Moshe Lador said on Friday, in what sounded like an anticipatory defense of a widely-expected decision to close the most serious cases against Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman.