Israeli news highlights from the past two weeks.
One of the refusers turned violent against one of the officers, who issued a formal complaint following the altercation. According to an IDF spokesperson, he was punched several times.
Sandak was killed in an accident while fleeing from police in the West Bank in December.
Ahuvia Sandak was killed in a road accident two weeks ago while fleeing from police in the West Bank who were pursuing him on suspicion of throwing rocks at Palestinian vehicles.
The prosecution's conduct has been accused of amounting to a cover-up for the police.
The PID is expected to close the case against the officers involved in the incident, which Israel Police believe will lead to escalation in the ongoing protests.
On Wednesday, a security official told KAN 11 that the protests are crossing a violent line, that "police officers are afraid to leave the safety of their cars to manage the protests."
Netanyahu told Sandak's parents that the truth regarding their son's death is "about to come to light."