Tel Aviv District Court Judge David Rosen said Sunday evening that he will push his decision on whether or not to postpone giving a verdict in the Holyland trial until Monday.
"The verdict will be given tomorrow, whether to all defendants or to some of them - or we hold a hearing on the accuser's request (to
postpone the verdict) and all defendants must be there," Rosen said.
The verdict was originally set to be given to all defendants on Monday, but recently presented new evidence provided by Shula Zaken against her old boss, former prime minister Ehud Olmert, has led the prosecution to request a two week postponement in order to allow Zaken to testify against her Olmert and present the new evidence to the court. (Naama Cohen-Freidman)