The police officers who shot US Gaza rights activist, Tristan Anderson, in the face at the West Bank village of Na'alin during one of the regular anti-apartheid wall protests, will not be charged. So it's not just Palestinian lives that are cheap in occupied Palestine. Tristan, a member of the International Solidarity Movement, is now severely brain damaged.
Charges will not be brought against the police officers who shot an American pro-Palestinian activist in the face, Israel's justice ministry has said.
Tristan Anderson suffered severe brain damage when he was shot at a rally in the West Bank town of Na'alin last year.