Palestinian videographer to cooperate in Eisner probe

April 18, 2012 09:42


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The Palestinian videographer who videotaped an attack by Lt.-Col. Shalom Eisner on a Danish pro-Palestinian activist over the weekend told Army Radio on Wednesday he will cooperate with an IDF investigation into the incident.

Bakr Muhammad Abdel Hak said "I will give them my full testimony and give them the (video) recording so that they can know the truth and so the officer is brought to justice for what he did," according to Army Radio.

The videographer was summoned to testify by the military police at an IDF base near Nablus, according to the report.

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