Prosecutors to Supreme Court: Olmert's Fraud Acquittal Unreasonable

In the main points of their appeals, state prosecutors also argued the lower court should have convicted Olmert in the Talansky case and given him a longer sentence in the Investment Center case.

It is unreasonable to doubt that former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert knew about the fraud committed on his behalf by his closest aides, the state prosecution wrote Monday in the main points of an appeal to the Supreme Court of his acquittal on fraud charges in July.