|The army brought a large number of buses that looked
like oversized |
|ambulances, because they had no windows: it was all metal plating.
|Before the people were put in the buses, their names were called from lists,
|and then written down on a new list. I stayed with my mother and sisters.
|They drove from 6 a.m. until sunset. Then the bus stopped, |
| and the guards opened the doors. They took
everyone and |
|they began pushing us into the trench that I saw in front of us.
|An officer and a soldier stood next to the trench |
| and at once opened fire at us with Kalashnikovs. |
|I was hit in the flesh just above my left armpit.
| I tried to climb out of the trench, toward the soldier on my right.
|I saw that the soldier was moved to the point of crying. |
|But then the officer standing on my left-hand side gave an order to the
| and the soldier pushed me back into the trench, and fired at me in the
lower right back. |
|Then the shooting stopped.