Sunday, April 03, 2016

Heard of Adoram Reigler?

Lt. Col. Adoram Reigler,  Operational Affairs Department, MAG is prosecuting the case against "A", the soldier charged with murder, manslaughter or whatever in the Hebron shooting-a-terrorist-to-death-after-neutralization incident.

Do you think "A" read this before shooting?

At present, the military’s position is that “soldiers operating in the Judea and Samaria Area have broad powers to carry out their missions, including in terms of law enforcement…Hence, IDF soldiers are instructed to use their powers generally, and particularly in situations that require them to respond immediately, whether because of their specific mission or because of their presence in a certain area, to enforce the law in Judea and Samaria with regard to any incident that they encounter and which they can influence.  This includes incidents of violence on the part of extremist groups, terrorism, “price tag” incidents and other nationalist-motivated crimes. The position of the MAG Corps is that “the military’s orders and operating procedures establish a duty on the part of IDF forcesto take all necessary measures to prevent or stop any sort of crime.

Who wrote that?

Adoram Reigler.  On February 14, 2015.

Here, page 20

I hope A's lawyers are aware of this.


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