An Israeli court judge, who cleared Israel's military for the death of US peace activist Rachel Corrie in 2003, said today that it was a "regrettable accident".
Judge Oded Gershon said the case invoked a clause that absolved the army because the incident had taken place during a "war-time situation".
He ruled the state of Israel did not have to pay any damages. Ms Corrie's family had requested a symbolic $1 in damages and legal expenses. The judge added that Ms Corrie had been 'protecting terrorists':
She did not distance herself from the area, as any thinking person would have done.
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