Parents of surveillance soldiers slain on Oct. 7 make final plea to IDF for footage, recordings

Parents of surveillance soldiers killed during Hamas’s October 7 massacre say they will petition the High Court of Justice if the military does not give them footage and recordings of their daughters on the day.

“As long as the transfer of the above documentation to my clients does not harm the security of the state, there is no good reason to continue to keep it from my clients. Second, only through the requested documentation will my clients receive answers to their unanswered questions,” a letter by the parents’ lawyers to IDF Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi says.

The letter tells Halevi he has a duty to the families of those who fell on October 7, and that their appeal comes after all other avenues were ignored by the military.

Lawyers ask for an answer to the request within 21 days.

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