Why Israeli Courts Can't Stand Up to Corruption
Many of Jerusalem's judges are brilliant, but their misunderstanding of Israeli economics, as seen in Olmert's trial, helps weld the link of big money and government.
The judges devoted six paragraphs to what they called the “economic aspect” of the Holyland corruption affair, which involved unholy relations between high-ranking officials and businessmen.
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