New evidence confirms Israel Police shot MK Ayman Odeh in Umm Al-Hiran | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


New evidence confirms Israel Police shot MK Ayman Odeh in Umm Al-Hiran

Newly-published evidence confirms that Israeli police shot MK Ayman Odeh with a sponge-tipped bullet during a demolition raid in Umm Al-Hiran in 2017, reported +972 Magazine.

Carried out by the London-based Forensic Architecture research centre, the investigation concluded that Odeh was shot in the head, in contrast to repeated claims made by the police that the lawmaker had been hit by a stone thrown by one of the protesters.

According to a digital analysis based on footage provided by the police, journalists and activists, Odeh was hit just moments after police shot local resident Yacoub Abu Al-Qiyan on 18 January 2017.

Abu Al-Qiyan was shot as he drove in his own car, causing him to lose control and drive into police officers, killing one. While authorities claimed the incident was an Daesh-inspired “terror attack”, the latest investigation confirms previous reports that Al-Qiyan lost control of his vehicle after being shot.

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