All this talk about the mandate for the investigation and Goldstone's motives for taking on the job are of secondary importance to the report itself. Anyone who has read it (or even the executive summary) will know that its conclusions are based on solid evidence and sound reasoning. Goldstone is a very able jurist who wouldn't put his name to a biased or shoddy piece of work. Read the report and see for yourself.
UN chief condemns Palestinian toddler killing, urges calm (Reuters)
from the article: Will Goldstone's Gaza report prove him just a naive idealist?