Hmmm, interesting - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Irish Sensation
    • 08.12.05 | 00:50 (IST)

    If the juvenile is in custody, then the law enforcement agency has every right to handcuff him to the bed. However, if he was shot in the leg, I'm sure handcuffing an arm or the unwounded leg to the bed would have been more appropriate. Regardless, laws here in the U.S. state that when a juvenile is in custody, it is the responsibility of the arresting agency to make sure all the juvenile's needs are met, i.e food, shelter, hospital treatment. Regardless, I will not deny that Israel has a right to keep the juvenile restrained, but they do not have to handcuff the bodypart that is wounded. Usually, the officer must abide by a doctor's recommendation as to what can happen to the juvenile if a certain limb is restrained.

    from the article: The IDF rules in the hospitals, too
    First published 00:00 07.12.05 | Last updated 00:00 07.12.05
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