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Hungarian Camerawoman Apologizes for Kicking Refugees, Criticizes Those Who Condemned Her - World - Haaretz

12.9.15

Hungarian Camerawoman Apologizes for Kicking Refugees, Criticizes Those Who Condemned Her - World - Haaretz: Petra Laszlo said in the letter published Friday in the daily Magyar Nemzet newspaper that she was "sincerely sorry for what happened," but she also sought to defend her actions.

The 40-year-old was fired by the right-wing N1TV online channel after footage of her kicking and tripping refugees Tuesday near the village of Roszke went viral on social media. Laszlo was seen sticking out her leg to trip a running man carrying a young boy, sending both crashing to the ground as the man fell on the boy. She also was seen delivering sideways kicks to the knees of a young man and a pony-tailed girl as they ran past her.


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