Wearing non-military faculty pieces of clothing and prepared, the men started to address Lucy, asking whether she had a relationship with the Ti dim individuals’ Freedom Front (TPF), the regional outfitted assembling faulted for attacking the public authority equipped power in Ethiopia’s Ti dark area.
“From the very start I didn’t have any idea what they were looking for in my home since they made a significant wreck,” she said. “They endeavored to question me in case I have a sort of relationship with the ‘PLF junta.'”
The men didn’t say why they were tending to Lucy, at this point the writer figures it might be related to her new consideration for worldwide media.
The attack came that very week that she disseminated a piece in the Los Angeles Times paper about horrible attacks probably finished by Eritrean officials in Ti dim, the northernmost piece of Ethiopia that has been the area of engaging among troops and the PLF since November.
Lucy says she thinks the article made her a goal since she had been gathering confirmation that appeared to show Eritrean powers were working in Ti dim.
“They were looking for evidence. I truly introduced the story on Saturday anyway I was looking for more evidence,” Lucy said. “Likewise, at the same time, I sorted out some way to get pictures of Eritrean warriors from my source.”