One person's view of life in East Timor.
Devastating. Thank you for your insight....KP
Well that's pretty extravagant. Some people make do with shitting in a hole in the ground.
My Dear Sod, if want to know what's really going on, read this.Sincerely,KnackersThe Sydney Morning HeraldDili investigator called to Canberra as evidence of execution mountsLindsay Murdoch in DarwinSeptember 4, 2008EAST TIMOR'S top prosecutor, Longuinhos Monteiro, is flying toCanberra to be briefed on the investigation into the February 11 dawnattacks in Dili.Australian Federal Police forensic investigators have decipheredtelephone calls that the rebel leader, Alfredo Reinado, made beforehe was shot dead at the home of East Timor's President, Jose Ramos-Horta.The investigation led by Mr Monteiro is at a critical impasse.Evidence gathered over the past seven months suggests Reinado mayhave been set up for execution in a conspiracy that includes at leastone of his trusted lieutenants.Mr Ramos-Horta has confirmed that the man who shot him twice in theback was not Marcelo Caetano, one of Reinado's men, as had beenwidely reported.The AFP investigated telephone conversations Reinado had shortlybefore the attacks with a Timorese-born Jakarta gangster, HerculesRozario Marcal. The telephone taken from Reinado's body had a listingfor "Hercul".Hercules, who has denied any involvement in the attacks, last monthreceived approval to develop businesses in Dili.The AFP has also investigated 47 telephone calls Reinado made to orreceived from Australia.Potentially explosive developments in the investigation have beenkept secret in East Timor, where Reinado was a cult hero.Authorities fear an outbreak of violence if it becomes known thatReinado was not responsible for shooting the popular president, whoreceived emergency surgery in Darwin.The official version of events is that Reinado led rebels to thehomes of Mr Ramos-Horta and the Prime Minister, Xanana Gusmao, toeither assassinate or kidnap them as part of an attempted coup.Political figures in Dili have dismissed recent media speculation inAustralia that Reinado and Mr Ramos-Horta had reached an impasse innegotiations at a meeting they held in the mountain village ofMaubisse on January 13. The speculation was based on a tape recordingof part of the meeting.The Herald revealed four days after the attacks that during themeeting Mr Ramos-Horta offered to include Reinado in an amnesty to beannounced on May 20, the anniversary of East Timor's independence."A deal was essentially done," said Joao Goncalves, the Minister forEconomic Development, who was present at the meeting.The Government in Dili is facing increasing pressure to establish aninternational inquiry into the attacks as Mr Monteiro has delayed forseveral months the completion of his investigation.Jose Teixeira, a spokesman for Fretilin, the Opposition, said anyfurther delay in setting up an international inquiry "ignores thewishes of Timorese who want to know the truth behind the attacks".Mr Monteiro has denied seeing an autopsy report that was firstpublished on the website Wikileaks purportedly showing that Reinadowas shot at almost point-blank range.etanetanetanetanetanetanetanetanetanetanetanetanETAN welcomes your support. For more info: http://etan.org/etan/donate.htmJohn M. Miller Internet: firstname.lastname@example.orgNational CoordinatorEast Timor & Indonesia Action Network (ETAN)PO Box 21873, Brooklyn, NY 11202-1873 USAPhone: (718)596-7668 Mobile phone: (917)690-4391Skype: john.m.millerWeb site: http://www.etan.orgSend a blank e-mail message to email@example.com to find outhow to learn more about East Timor on the Internetetanetanetanetanetanetanetanetanetanetanetanetan
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