Soldier may be charged with Cast Lead killings

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 16, 2010 10:10

 
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A former soldier in the Givati Brigade has been summoned to a hearing regarding the shooting deaths of two Palestinian women, ages 64 and 35, during Operation Cast Lead.

It appears likely that the soldier will be charged by chief Army prosecutor Avi Mandleblit in causing the death of the two Palestinian civilians.

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