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The wife of the slain Haiti president said she survived the attack because the assassins thought they'd killed her already
1 month ago - By Business Insider
Summary List Placement The wife of Haiti's assassinated president said she managed to live because she was lying still on the floor during the attack, and the hitmen thought they had killed her.
Jovenel Moïse was assassinated in his home on July 7. His wife Martine Moïse was shot in the arm, and was in critical condition immediately after the attack.
She gave an interview to The New York Times , which was published Friday.
She said that as the killers left, one shone a flashlight in her eyes, apparently checking if she was still alive: "When they left, they thought I was dead."
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