Liberman: The presumption of innocence is for everyone, even Netanyahu

Yisrael Beytenu chairman Avigdor Liberman referred to latest polls in Tel Aviv's Habimah Theater, which predict that his party may not pass the electoral threshold in the coming elections. 
"The polls taken over the span of one day, as the one done on Friday after the Attorney-General's announcement - these are not polls, that is psychological warfare" Liberman claimed. "they have nothing to do with reality."
Regarding the Attorney-General's decision to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Liberman said, "I have not read the list of suspicions against Netanyahu, and I do not intend to read it. Only the court is authorized to determine whether a person is guilty or acquitted in Israel. The presumption of innocence is reserved for everyone, including the prime minister "