Interim report into crash found poorly installed steering joystick disconnected after prolonged usage
The crash killed Maj.(res.) David Zohar and seriously injured a 1st Lt., whose condition has since improved.
Sources close to the family of Maj. (res) David Zohar were quoted by Yediot Aharonot that said the family had rejected the conclusions of the report.
A preliminary investigation found pilots reported problems with the steering system of the tail rotor blades.
Liberman claimed on Twitter that the rumors were “dangerous and inhumane," and said that he would, "utilize the full force of the law against whomever started the rumors.”