Israeli Internal Probe: 2002 Bombing Which Killed 8 Children 'Justified'
An 'internal investigation' by the Israeli military released a report, Sunday, stating that there was 'no wrongdoing' in a 2002 targeted assassination carried out by the Israeli airforce, in which Israeli soldiers dropped a missile on a crowded apartment building, killing a targeted leader of Hamas along with 13 civilians, including 8 children.
The investigation began in 2008, 6 years after the incident took place, making any investigation of the scene of the attack impossible. Israeli internal investigators interviewed only the soldiers involved in the bombing, and did not talk to any of the victims of the attack during the course of their 2 year long investigation.
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