Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who has been jailed for 19 months for taking bribes, joins a host of other high-ranking politicians to spend time behind bars in Israel.
Israel's Prison Service and Public Security Ministry began construction in August of a $1 million high-security wing that will house Olmert and other high-profile inmates.
No charges will be filed in the Tamir Rice killing, the 'Affluenza Teen' has been taken into custody, and Islamic State scholars have outlined when an 'owner' can have sex with a slave.
The jailing of Ehud Olmert is a step in the right direction, say Israeli anti-corruption campaigners, but to really clean things up the whole political system needs to be changed.
A Middle East Peace 'Visionary': Tony Blair Steps In as Character Witness in Ex-Israeli Leader's Corruption Case
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has been convicted of corruption twice, but international man of peace Tony Blair still rates him as a trustworthy guy.