I agree with your sentiments, of course, but not with the analogy of police trying to destroy homes and property. Let us give the state of Israel credit that the matter was indeed investigated by the highest caliber commission of inquiry. You can hardly form such an excellent board in the US. From here on, though, the process may be tainted. I pointed out the stupidity in blaming lack of evidence where there is enough evidence to indict the high level officers involved. The obvious stupidity involved gives me hope that this wrong can be rectified. The natural steps would be to request the attorney general to review the case. He can order another investigation. If this doesn't work, the families can appeal to the Israeli Supreme Court for such an order. These are obvious avenues to proceed, and I am sure they will be taken. There is no telling what the final result would be, but I am optimistic.
Report: Palestinian, 18, killed in clashes with IDF in West Bank (Haaretz)