Bedouin man wounded in Be'er Sheva bank shooting taken handcuffed to hospital
Israeli police say they had 'to take precautions' due to the grave nature of the incident and the suspicion of a terror attack.
One day after the massacre at a Bank Hapoalim bank branch in Be’er Sheva that left four people dead, it was revealed Tuesday that a Bedouin man wounded in the incident, who covered another wounded man with his own body to protect him, was taken to the hospital in handcuffs for fear that the massacre was a possible terror attack. The Jewish casualties were not handcuffed.
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