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Disgraced ex-president Katsav submits clemency request

Convicted rapist, ex-President Moshe Katsav, submits request for early release to President's Office.Ari Soffer, 5/8/2016, 2:10 PM

Parole board to consider reducing former President's punishment

After little more than four years in prison, parole board to look into reducing former President Moshe Katsav's sentence.Shimon Cohen, 12/29/2015, 8:19 AM

Convicted Former President Allowed Passover Break from Prison

Moshe Katsav, sentenced to seven years in prison for rape, will spend first Passover at home this year, since entering jail in 2011.Ido Ben Porat, Cynthia Blank, 3/23/2015, 9:07 PM

Katzav Begins First 24 Hour Leave from Prison

The former President leaves today for his first 24 hour leave from prison.Adam Ross, 9/9/2013, 10:56 AM

Katzav Attorneys Ask for More Time

Former president Moshe Katzav's legal team has asked for more time to prepare his appeal citing the legal complexity; organization.Gabe Kahn., 1/5/2012, 5:41 PM

Katsav Incarceration a 'Black Day for Israel'

Former Israel Prison Service chief Shlomo Twizer: a former president's imprisonment is a 'black day,' recommends 'kid gloves' for Katsav.Gabe Kahn., 12/6/2011, 10:03 PM

Katsav Appeal Set for January 8

Israel's Supreme Court has agreed to hear the appeal of former President Moshe Katsav in January. His sentence begins December 7.Gabe Kahn., 11/27/2011, 1:37 PM

Peres Hints No Pardon for Katzav

President Shimon Peres said it was too early to address clemency for his predecessor, Moshe Katzav - but hinted he would "take a hard line"Gabe Kahn., 11/25/2011, 12:50 PM

The Katsav Case: A Rape of Justice

The writer analyzes the summary of the Court's decision and finds a victory for feminism at the expense of the rule of law.Simcha Younger, 12/4/2011, 7:54 AM

The Rape of Justice - The Katsav Case

The trial perhaps showed, more than anything else, the contradiction between justice and the demands of feminism. Katsav was convicted without a fair trial - a fact clearly acknowledged by his judges - to address Aleph's grievances. Simcha Younger, 12/1/2011, 8:24 AM