Turkel C'tee requests additional information from Eiland

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September 20, 2010 14:03

 
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The Turkel Committee decided that it needs further information from Maj.-Gen. (ret) Giora Eiland regarding the internal IDF probe of the raid of the Mavi Marmara that a committee chaired by Eiland carried out.

Eiland testified before the Turkel Committee last month. The committee sent him a letter on Sunday asking that his team of investigators meet with them in order to be briefed on those issues which the committee wishes to further pursue.

The meeting between Turkel Committee representatives and Eiland's team of investigators was scheduled to take place on Monday.


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