Ramon case prosecutors slam state comptroller report

June 28, 2010 17:45


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The senior prosecutors in the Haim Ramon case complained Monday that they were not given the right of a hearing by state comptroller Micha Lindenstrauss' investigation into their conduct during the case in a statement released to media.

The officials sent a petition to the High Court asking that the "exceptional, personal and harmful conclusions and the recommended course of action" reached by the state comptroller against them be rescinded.

They asked that the court judges declare them as having acted  in compliance with legal norms and not negligent in the discharge of their duties as the state comptroller had charged.

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