Rachel Corrie's parents confront the man who killed her

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October 21, 2010 12:24

 
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The parents of an American protester crushed to death seven years ago by an Israeli bulldozer got their first chance on Thursday to confront the man who drove the vehicle that killed her.

However, the contact in an Israeli courtroom is indirect: The unidentified bulldozer driver was shielded behind a wood-and-plastic partition, his voice floating into the hall over a microphone.

Rachel Corrie's parents were seated about 15 feet away as he testified publicly for the first time in their civil lawsuit against the Israeli government.

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