Turkey will probe IDF raid on Marmara

Investigation findings will be presented to int'l UN inquiry.

A panel to investigate the IDF raid on the Mavi Marmara aid ship has been established by Turkey, the country's foreign ministry reportedly told AFP.
According to the report, the panel will examine the events of the raid and "investigate the attack and the treatment the activists faced."  The panel is expected to operate under the prime minister's office and publicize a written report on the investigation, the foreign ministry said in a statement.
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The international panel established by the United Nations earlier August, which is also leading its own investigation into the raid, will be presented with the results of the Turkish commission.

The commission will include bureaucrats from various offices, such as the foreign, justice, interior and transport ministries. Officials from the Turkish maritime agency will also take part in the investigation.
The statement did not include a planned date as to when the commission will present its findings. 
According to press reports, Turkish prosecutors initiated an investigation against top Israeli officials in June, which will potentially lead to the pressing of various charges, such as murder, injury, attacking Turkish citizens while in international waters and piracy
Turkey has dismissed the two internal investigations Israel has established to investigate the raid and expressed doubt over their fairness. The country says it has confidence in the UN panel to reveal the events of the incident.