2 Bank Hapoalim workers found innocent of money laundering

Two Bank Hapoalim employees were found innocent of money laundering changes in a ruling by Tel Aviv District Court on Sunday.
The two men, Alec Lider and Yaakov Sverdolik, from the Hapoalim bank branch on Yarkon Street in the city were accused of creating fake bank accounts for the purpose of money laundering.
In issuing his judgment, Judge David Rozen criticized the government prosecution for failing to provide evidence from the criminal investigation to the court as well as presenting false and inaccurate reports regarding details in the case.