Key Testimony Supports Chevron Soldier Who Shot Terrorist


New testimony has been received in the case of the soldier who two weeks ago shot dead a wounded Arab terrorist in Chevron after the terrorist and an accomplice stabbed and wounded a soldier, Reut Hadar reports for Arutz Sheva.

The soldier’s commander, who is the Kfir Battalion Commander, gave testimony strengthening the soldier’s version of events in an investigation by the army’s Criminal Investigations Department (CID), reports Maariv. The Kfir Commander in his testimony said that if he faced a similar situation in which he was afraid a live terrorist was about to detonate a bomb belt, he would shoot the terrorist too.

The gathering accounts strengthen the soldier’s version of events, according to which he shot out of concerns the terrorist was about to detonate. Read more: Arutz Sheva


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