Olmert prosecution: Futile lawsuit intended to intimidate

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February 17, 2011 17:45

 
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The prosecution on Thursday referred to a lawsuit filed by former prime minister Ehud Olmert against State Prosecutor Moshe Lidor and the newspaper Haaretz.

The prosecution stated that "it is a futile lawsuit that was filed for the purposes of public relations and once again illustrates attempts to intimidate anyone who handles the case of Olmert.

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