The Palestinian chief pathologist didn't torture the prisoner. But 1) all of the detailed findings of the autopsy should be published; 2) it's pretty hard to believe that the "cause of death cannot be determined" after the autopsy, that seems pretty lame excuse. If he had been poisoned by some difficult to trace poison, maybe there would need to be lab tests done. But remember the immediate official Israeli explanation that he "died of cardiac arrest" and now - after complete autopsy - that is no longer the official cause of death? People don't get broken ribs from CPR unless it's being administered by a giant gorilla. This stinks to high heaven of a coverup. Way to go, Israel, you're on a roll of superb PR for your 'light unto nations' status!!
Islamist militants attack African Union base in southern Somalia (Reuters)