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    • Old Israeli soldiare
    • 18.11.10 | 14:41 (IST)

    1. The officer is een 'MGD'. It equals about a regiment commander. Quite high ranking. 2. The IDS called it: a normative incident. They use ' cleaning words ' to ubscure the facts. 3. The report was found on the hard disk of an old laptop. How many more incidents wasn't reported? I guess most of them. 4. Sodiars fired warning shots in the air, in theory. Like the military joke goes: they shot in this case in the lungs-air. 5. This army regiment is called Givati. A notorieus regiment full of violance. With rich history of war-crimes. 6. The army is investigating itself. The testemonies are secret. In other words; nobody will be fund guilty unless it's cought on tape. And it's not... 7. Whatever happents. Israeli are sure the IDF has clean hands. And it's a good patriotic act to lye for saving this image. Good day to you. PS: The one and only guilty party is the US. Without them Israel jus't cant go on with occupation ,murder, colonisation and other war-crimes

    from the article: IDF officer suspected of blocking probe into Gaza civilian death
    First published 12:34 18.11.10 | Last updated 12:34 18.11.10
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