"This story has been widely reported, not only in Haaretz. The only new fact here is in the last sentence: "And now, the boy who was so dangerous he had to be shackled despite his condition, the boy who supposedly tried to hurt soldiers, was freed on Monday night - to his home." What`s the whole story?" - Mark from Lewiston I guess I missed the last paragraph. I should follow my own advice. Perhaps my mind went numb when it hit the line "Activists from PHR and MachsomWatch visited the patient . . . " While your observation about the kid being let go is important. I think the actual secret to the story is in line: "A lawyer from PHR was also brought into the picture." Looks like a coverup gone bad. I am not saying there were not kids with Molotov cocktails present, but i doubt if the case originally presented by the IDF was entirely true. When my brother started police academy, I advised him 'get a throw down." He told me that cops didn't do that. Later, after he was on the street, his 'sarge' told him 'get a throw down. . . "
from the article: The IDF rules in the hospitals, too