JERUSALEM (AP) -- A commission tasked with probing the 2010 deadly Israeli naval raid on a Gaza-bound ship has recommended several legal reforms to improve the conduct of military investigations.
Nine pro-Palestinian Turkish activists were killed on May 31, 2010, after Israeli commandos stormed a flotilla trying to breach Israel's blockade of Gaza.
The Israeli commission's first report on the raid dealt with the bloodshed onboard and cleared the military and government of any wrongdoing.
A second report was released on Wednesday.
It focuses on improving effectiveness and oversight of military investigations and recommends that high-ranking officers and civilian leaders should be held responsible for not doing enough to prevent illegal actions.
Sarit Michaeli, a spokeswoman for the Israeli rights group B'Tselem, says that if implemented, the recommendations would be "incredibly important."
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