January 28, 2008
by Michael Sung
The Israeli Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal by Omri Sharon to reduce his seven-month prison sentence, saying that it found no reason to lighten Sharon's sentence after a lower court reduced his sentence from nine months for good behavior. Sharon, who will begin serving his sentence ...[read more]
June 25, 2007
by Gabriel Haboubi
A court in Tel Aviv ruled Monday on an appeal by Omri Sharon, reducing his prison sentence for corruption from nine to seven months. Sharon, son of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, pleaded guilty in 2005 to charges of campaign finance violations that included falsifying corporate ...[read more]
March 30, 2006
by David Shucosky
Omri Sharon, son of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, appealed his nine-month prison sentence on Thursday, apologizing for his actions and arguing that his resignation from the Knesset was punishment enough. Sharon was convicted of illegally raising money for his father's re-election ...[read more]
February 14, 2006
by Krystal MacIntyre
Omri Sharon, son of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, was sentenced Tuesday to a nine month prison term for illegal campaign fundraising. Sharon was indicted in August for setting up false companies as a disguise for more than $1.3 million he received in contributions from several Israeli and ...[read more]
November 15, 2005
by Kate Heneroty
Omri Sharon, the son of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and member of the Israeli Knesset, pleaded guilty Tuesday to illegal fundraising activities related to his father's reelection campaign. In exchange for his admission to falsifying corporate documents, perjury and violating the party... ...[read more]
August 28, 2005
by Kate Heneroty
Omri Sharon, a member of the Israeli Knesst and the son of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, was indicted Sunday on charges of forgery, perjury and violating campaign finance laws, stemming from his fund raising activities for his father's election campaigns. The Israeli Justice Ministry believes ...[read more]
February 17, 2005
by Bernard Hibbitts
Israeli Attorney General Menachem Mazuz said Thursday that he had decided to close a three-year investigation into a campaign funding scandal involving Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, citing insufficient evidence. Sharon's son and close advisor Omri Sharon has, however, will be indicted ...[read more]

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