Deniz polisinden Adalar çevresinde 'deniz taksi' denetimi

Linda Tirado, 42, "has reached the end of her life and is receiving palliative care," the National Press Club said last week.

Tirado was photographing protests in Minneapolis in 2020 when a police officer fired a bullet into her face. Tirado, who wore protective goggles and a press pass, suffered a traumatic brain injury and was blinded in one eye.

Tirado sued the Minneapolis police department and won $600,000 in 2022 as part of a broader settlement between the city and people who were assaulted by police during the 2020 protests.

The funds covered Tirado's medical bills but not the long-term effects on his work and life. Tirado was unable to work or earn an income after the incident.

A friend of Tirado's, Noah Berlatsky, said that her condition was slowly deteriorating and that Linda was dying. "She still has moments of lucidity, but they are becoming increasingly rare," he wrote on the Substack platform.

Linda Tirado also wrote on June 13 on the Substack platform:

"I don't feel lucky or unlucky; I feel like the euphoric notes in the Flower Song, in Nessun Dorma, and in anything Vivaldi wrote.

"I feel nothing but joy, peace, pain and fear, all together, so much so that it flows into itself and can only be described as a raw, pure, beautiful, perfect and at the same time ephemeral feeling."


British News Agency


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