IDF soldier who shot charging Palestinian to death suspected of negligent manslaughter

צילום: ענבל ראובני/TPS

The soldier who shot a Palestinian man who ran toward him and failed to respond when called upon to stop was questioned Sunday for negligent manslaughter; investigators look into Palestinian claim that man was unarmed and shot in his back; soldier claims he sensed a clear danger when he refused to stop.

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