Jihad Khalil al Sha3er, 20, was beaten to death at a checkpoint near Bethlehem. He approached the soldiers to talk to them but they started beating him with clubs till he died. The army claims he attacked the soldiers with a sharp instrument (a chainsaw?) His family denies that and are planning to sue the army for cold-blooded murder.
Let's think about the army story for a minute. Let's assume this young man did attack the soldiers with something sharp. If they could club him to death, couldn't they overpower him and arrest him instead?
But that's the kind of question that you do not ask in the twilight zone.