Woman 'Horrified' By Son's Alleged Beating at Hands of Israeli Police

ABC News' Alex Marquardt speaks with the family of the American teen who was jailed a day after his cousin was murdered.
2:49 | 07/05/14

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Ready and to -- -- see the video I have to see him. Then a week and talking to me and and telling me mom I'm okay. What was it like to see -- -- condition. As inferior. He's my son you know you'd never want to see your son and pain. And specially. In -- that kind of pain. Recognizable. He wasn't recognizable. Let's not hand it was slick it both. I was dreaming. I felt like this whole thing and was a dream. Am waiting to wake up. I went with my brother in law to -- hospital. -- -- -- he said listen. Don't break out when you see him. Because -- he's badly -- And I guess I couldn't believe it. I could not believe it. Like let's go to before the police talked to the standing in the door. And didn't want to let me end. Until we finally convince them to -- to let me see. You know. -- -- finally it looked over at -- The feeling that I've never felt before my life. He sent police officers who who beat yourself. -- -- -- Why couldn't just walk him there. -- three of you. And your big government. And -- -- -- small -- why couldn't get wrapped him from each arm. And walked him. Why did you have to brutally beaten and that up almost to that. Don't -- what happens this. We want -- that the justice that's what I would. In the Lincoln way. If I didn't committee. And you know are also available -- Somebody's that was supposed to -- that. Let it stop it stop him. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- That does being looked like this every day they kind of thing OK we'll deal with it but -- -- Americans -- It's just it's not you you had. You know who takes somebody who was badly beaten and eyes -- back to -- the same day. Police the government great -- for her medical attention for a couple of days.

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