Okay, tell me about how you were wounded and the kinds of weapons that were used against you. Against everyone in the retaking.
When I was shot, I was shot four times in the abdomen, and, ah, they ent--the bullets entered on the, on my front side, broke up and exited out the back side of my body. And, ah, during surgery it was discovered that the, the bullets had, in fact, been fixed, ah, it's what they call a dumdum bullet. And, ah, they were outlawed during World War I, but, that bullet fixed in that fashion is, ah, specifically made that way to cause damage and maim.
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