Ran Cohen: plea bargain a 'disgrace for Mazuz'

June 28, 2007 19:04


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MK Ran Cohen (Meretz) slammed Attorney-General Menahem Mazuz fallowing a press conference staged by A', the plaintiff against President Moshe Katsav. "I am astonished by A's story, by the reliability that she exudes and by the horrors that she was forced to endure as a victim of Katsav's sexual violence," Cohen said. "The fact that the case will not be followed up is a disgrace for Meni Mazuz, the State Attorney's Office, the rule of justice, and morality," Cohen said.

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