'Beit Hanassi Aleph': Katsav's sentence should be doubled

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November 10, 2011 19:11

 
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Former-president Moshe Katsav should have got double the sentence, Aleph from Beit Hanassi said Thursday.

Aleph, who worked for Katsav during his term as president was the one who first brought the president’s wrongdoing to light, but controversially was not included in the final indictment against the former president.

Katsav's sentence's should be "doubled and re-doubled", if all the women affected by the former president were taken into account.

She expressed regret that her complaint was not included in the indictment against former president.

Ron Friedman contributed to this report

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