Lieberman is unfit to be a minister
Despite acquitting him, the judges were scathing in their characterization of his conduct as a public official.
Avigdor Lieberman benefited from the presumption of innocence throughout the years of investigations and prosecutions. Now that the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court has acquitted him, that presumption will be even stronger in the event of an appeal. The state, which tried him, believed Lieberman to be a criminal, but the judges ruled otherwise.