12 September 2008

UN finds shooting was poorly policed

Sydney Morning Herald Darwin 12/09/2008 by Lindsay Murdoch - RED tape delayed Australian soldiers pursuing rebels involved in the February 11 attacks on East Timor's two most senior political leaders, a confidential UN investigation has found.

The inquiry also found that troops serving in the Australian-led International Stabilisation Force (ISF) were among people "with no official function" who had compromised critical forensic evidence by walking into the crime scene where the President, Jose Ramos-Horta, was shot. Read the full story...

Image: East Timor President Jose Ramos Horta

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