Prison officer who took part in lynching in Beer Sheva: 'I'm not sorry'
Ronen Cohen heard the shots in Be’er Sheva’s central bus station and ran to the scene. He claims that he saw police officers training their weapons on Habtom Zerhom who had been mistakenly identified as a terrorist and after seeing him move, lunged at him. Even though he regrets what happened, Cohen says: “If a similar situation occurred again I would act in the same way.”
16 December, 2013 Lebanese sniper kills IDF soldier along border IDF soldier killed along border with Lebanon after being shot by Lebanese Army sniper who 'acted on own accord,' initial army investigation suggests. Soldier, Petty Officer 1st Class Shlomi Cohen, 31 from Afula, will be laid to rest Monday afternoon
20 October, 2016 Lethal terror attacks in Be’er Sheva thwarted Four-man terror cell planned to hurl grenades at dancers at a celebration in an events hall, hide weapons to inflict further damage in trash cans; conspirators also intended to abduct and bludgeon to death an IDF soldier from city’s central bus station and use remains as a bargaining chip.