FM staffers may be hesitant to testify against Liberman

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May 27, 2013 19:32

 
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Head state prosecutor Moshe Lador implied on Monday at an Israel Bar Association conference in Eilat that managing a case against MK Avigdor Liberman is difficult because the testimony of witnesses may be effected because they are aware that if Liberman is acquitted he will come back and be there boss.

"To manage a case against somebody who is foreign minister when there is still a possiblity that he will return to the same position is a very difficult issue," Lador said.

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