Azaria trial: 'If IDF had run the scene properly, shooting would never have happened'

Azaria is on trial for manslaughter for shooting Sharif in the head after the Palestinian had already been neutralized by two soldiers whom he attacked.

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October 26, 2016 09:49

IDF soldier shoots dead subdued Palestinian terrorist in Hebron, part of Elor Azaria case

IDF soldier shoots dead subdued Palestinian terrorist in Hebron, part of Elor Azaria case

 
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Sgt. Elor Azaria’s trial continues on Wednesday with the last of the witnesses taking the stand. IDF Prosecution forensic pathologist Hadas Gips will be heard for the second time, and the Hebron civilian who was the first to report the March 24 shooting of Abdel Fatah al-Sharif will also testify.

Azaria is on trial for manslaughter for shooting Sharif in the head after the Palestinian had already been neutralized by two soldiers whom he attacked.

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