Israel Hayom has published this lengthy comment by non-lawyer Dror Eydar. He seems to believe the case involves a literary narrative rather than a criminal prosecution, the evaluation of evidence, and culminating in a lengthy reasoned decision. See what you think. Excerpt:
"Even if the deed was serious in terms of discipline, and inappropriate from an operational standpoint -- this should've been dealt with in a disciplinary hearing, rather than burdening the young soldier with enormous issues, like the purity of arms, the Bus 300 affair (in which Shin Bet security agency members executed two Palestinian bus hijackers), the Left and the Right, or the meaning [o]f serving in Hebron, among other things."Nonjudicial punishment for shooting a wounded prisoner?