translated from Spanish: She spoke woman shot by carabinero after being released and without precautions: “Looking me in the eye shot me in the head”

Released and without precautionary measures was Michelle Salazar, the young woman who was shot on Thursday afternoon by a carabinieri, after, according to the police version, avoided a check and tried to run over an official in the vicinity of Mall Plaza Vespucio, in the commune of Florida. The woman was formalized for the crime of thwarted murder this Friday and from the care facilities where she was interned, after the projectile wounded her in her cheek. However, the court determined based on a video where the episode was recorded, which would not prove the existence of the crime. For the same reason, she was able to return to her residence after being discharged. The same woman recounted her version of the events at CHV, denying that she wanted to run over the policeman, but acknowledging that she broke the part that would be taken of her. “He showed me the partbook (the carabiner), I broke the part that had taken me out. I’ll put first to go. He points me to the face, to the head. I said ‘I don’t think I’m going to shoot myself.’ And looking me in the eye shot me in the head. When I saw that I got scared,” he said, adding that he moved quickly and the shot went through his cheek. “It was right at the height of my head, or the neck. He never had the incisive to stop me (shooting) at the tires,” he said, claiming he “shot me to kill.” He therefore indicated, filed a criminal complaint against the policeman.

Original source in Spanish

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