Danny Dayan: IDF not telling truth about fatal car accident

September 25, 2011 17:59


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Chairman of the Yesha Council Danny Dayan lashed out at the IDF Spokesperson Unit on Sunday for not saying it was a terror attack that killed Hillel Palmer, 25, and his one-year-old son Jonathan on Friday near Kiryat Arba.

Earlier Sunday, Police suspected that rock throwing was the cause of the car accident that killed the father and son, Army Radio reported.

"There is no other way of saying it, the IDF did not tell the truth to the public, the media or the bereaved family," Dayan said.

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