Haaretz, Jul. 30, 2016
Three friends driving through A-Ram at night came under fire from Border Policemen, who killed one of them and wounded another. The policemen felt threatened, the authorities claim.
Out of the darkness and from behind a parked civilian car, shots are fired at a moving car that contains three friends. The driver, 22, is killed. The 19-year-old sitting next to him is wounded in the head. The second passenger, 20, is sitting in the back and isn’t hit, but suffers severe shock.
[...] Salaymeh’s car was impounded, but testimonies indicate that no bullets hit the tires. Therefore, says attorney Zayed, there was no attempt to stop the car without killing its occupants.