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“I didn't want to kill him” says Tsindula who shot the Slovak prime minister

The man accused of attempting to assassinate Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fičo said he committed the crime because of disagreements with government policy, claiming he did not want to kill the prime minister and that he regretted his act, according to a document obtained by the possession of the French Agency. Fico was shot four times last week while greeting supporters after a government meeting in Hadlova, a city in central Slovakia. He has undergone two operations in a hospital in the city of Banska Bystrica where he is still hospitalized. His condition is “serious but stable”, the hospital administration said today. The attacker, who according to Slovak media is named Juraj Čindulaa, aged 71, was arrested immediately after the attack by Fičo's security guards. On Saturday, a court remanded him on the charge of attempted premeditated murder. “During the interrogation he stated that he does not agree with the policies of the current government,” according to […]
Source: News Beast

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