Israeli Police: Arab doctor who attended bus driver's autopsy contradicting former consensus

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 18, 2014 17:59

 
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There was no criminal activity involved in the death of a Palestinian bus driver who was found hanged inside his vehicle Sunday, police reiterated on Tuesday, claiming the Arab doctor who was present operated freely and consented to the findings. 

" It was made clear to him [Dr. Saber Al-Aloul] that he could ask anything, make any request or examination, or take photographs. However, no such request was made. During the autopsy, there was consensus on the various findings and their significance, and there was no suspicion that the death was caused by another man."

"We wish to emphasize that, contrary primarily some foreign media publications,our findings in the report show there is no cause to assume foul play. The body was given to the family for burial."

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