So, in an interview with Associated Press, Goldstone said he will not seek nullification of the report.
“As appears from the Washington Post article, information subsequent to publication of the report did meet with the view that one correction should be made with regard to intentionality on the part of Israel,”
“Further information as a result of domestic investigations could lead to further reconsideration, but as presently advised I have no reason to believe any part of the report needs to be reconsidered at this time.”
This figures. As mentioned in my previous posts, the charge that Israel intentionally targeted Civilians is just one of the charges brought against Israel. I’m sure some aspiring ethnocracies would relish the opportunity to throw the report in “the dustbin of history”, but thankfully that doesn’t look like an option.