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Family of settler teen says closing case into his death ‘a stab in the heart’

Ahuvia Sandak, who was killed when his car flipped over while being chased by police in the West Bank on December 21, 2020. (Courtesy)
Ahuvia Sandak, who was killed when his car flipped over while being chased by police in the West Bank on December 21, 2020. (Courtesy)

The family of Ahuvia Sandak slams the decision made last week to close the investigation into the police car chase that left the settler teen dead more than a year ago.

Sandak, 16, was killed in a crash while fleeing from police in December 2020, allegedly after throwing rocks at Palestinians.

“Why do we not have the elementary right of having the case go to court?” asks Avraham Sandak, Ahuvia’s father.

“If Ahuvia was killed by a blow, then our hearts are stabbed with a sword of untruth,” he adds. “The blood of our beloved son Ahuvia cries out from the ground. We, the parents of Ahuvia, are fighting not only for his blood, but for the blood of all Israel. We will do everything we can so that our son will be the last killed by police violence and unjust hate.”

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