Certainly not that there wasn't enough evidence to warrant an indictment. And not that Olmert got off, much as I dislike the man.
What disturbs me is that I don't trust the decision.
Our faith in public institutions, in gov't., in the courts, in our politicians & bureaucrats, is eroding at a rapid rate. There is no trust.
My first reaction was that the ''fix'' was in, that this decision was somehow politically influenced.
That may or may not really be the case.
But, I just don't have any trust left.
The antics of our politicians has robbed us of a fundamental right - our faith in our gov't.
Credibility is gone.
I find that very disturbing.