Olmert case proves the random nature of Israeli justice
A top lawyer once likened a defendant’s chances in Israel's courts to roulette, and the Olmert saga is giving us that same bleak feeling.
The trials of Ehud Olmert are an object lesson in the random nature of justice. The evidence against the former prime minister in the cash-envelopes and double-billing trials, which took place in Jerusalem, was just as strong as the evidence in the Holyland case.
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