Israeli state prosecutor says he did not play politics in Olmert's downfall
Moshe Lador says his office acted appropriately in the corruption case against the former primer minister.
State Prosecutor Moshe Lador said his office "did not interfere in politics" when prosecuting Ehud Olmert, who resigned as prime minister back in 2008 amid corruption charges that are currently under appeal.
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