A CNN publicou no seu site a entrevista com o presidente de Timor-Leste, José Ramos Horta. Ao longo da mesma, o estadista recorda o incidente, tal como os passos que tem dado para recuperar. Conta também como se sente uma pessoa diferente.
“On February 11, a group of renegade soldiers invaded my home. As I walked toward my house, I was not aware that they had disarmed my guards and broken into the house, knocking down doors looking for me. But as I walked up the street — ironically, Robert F. Kennedy Boulevard, named for one of my heroes — I saw one of the renegades and knew that he was going to shoot me. As he aimed for my heart, I turned to run. Instead of the left side of my chest, he shot me twice in the right side of the back.”
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