Court: Lador undermined public confidence in the law

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October 26, 2011 13:24

 
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State Prosecutor Moshe Lador "undermined public confidence in the judiciary system and law enforcement" in an interview with Haaretz two years ago, the Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court determined Wednesday morning.

The interview related to legal proceedings against former prime minister Ehud Olmert.

The court also criticized Lador's request to reject the libel suit filed against him by Olmert.

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