Supporters of Asher Palmer and his infant son who were killed when Palestinian Authority residents threw rocks at their car are planning to pack the courtroom for the latest hearing. Palmer was driving on Route 60 in September when the attackers threw rocks into the windshield of his car, causing it to crash. Five people are on trial for the attack. In previous court sessions, family members and friends of the attackers arrived in court to support them, declaring them the victims of the legal system.
At the subsequent haring in March, family members of friends of Palmer arrived in court to show their support, They hope to increase their support on the upcoming hearing on April 18th. Michael Palmer, the father of the victim spoke to Israel National Radio's Reality Bytes podcast with Josh Hasten about the attack and the court case. For the full interview click here.