Video shows intentional Israeli murder of Palestinian

After murdering the Israeli-Arab citizen, the Israeli police announced they foiled a terror attack would have been carried out by him

New footage aired shows that the Israeli police has intentionally murdered the Israeli Arab citizen Yaqoub Abu al-Qiyan.

Further details about the murder is that the autopsy report revealed that a gunshot to Abu al-Qiyan’s chest caused massive bleeding that lasted for 20 to 30 minutes

New footage aired shows that the Israeli police has intentionally murdered the Israeli Arab citizen Yaqoub Abu al-Qiyan.

The footage shows that Abu al-Qiyan, who ran over Israeli policeman during protest against home demolitions in Umm al-Hiran, started speeding towards the group of police officers only after they opened fire at him.

Israeli occupation police accused Abu al-Qiyan of intending to carry out a terror attack against them, but this video gives further credit to the premise he did not intend to do that.

The video, broadcasted on Channel 10 on Saturday, shows Abu al-Qiyan slowly approaching the officers with his vehicle and the officers are then seen opening fire on him.

After it was broadcasted, the footage was given to the Israeli Police Investigation Unit for inspection as part of the investigation into the January 18 incident.

Autopsy performed on al-Qiyan at the Institute of Forensic Medicine found that he suffered a bullet wound in his knee, causing him to step on the gas pedal. According to some assessments, this bullet to his leg may have been what caused him to accelerate.

Further details about the murder is that the autopsy report revealed that a gunshot to Abu al-Qiyan’s chest caused massive bleeding that lasted for 20 to 30 minutes.

By the time Israeli paramedics were permitted to provide him with medical treatment, all they could do was declare the man dead. It is possible that he would have survived had medical teams been permitted to treat him sooner.

(Source / 14.02.2017)

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