May 2, 2012

陳光誠さん米大使館から病院へ。「キスしたい」は虚報:Chen Guangcheng Leaves US Embassy, Fears Safety

U.S. officials said they had extracted from the Chinese government a promise that Chen would reunite with his family and be allowed to start a new life in a university town. Hours later, however, a shaken Chen told The Associated Press in a telephone interview from his hospital room that U.S. officials told him the Chinese authorities would have sent his family back to his home province if he remained inside the embassy. He added that, at one point, the U.S. officials told him his wife would have been beaten to death.

He also took issue with another facet of the U.S. version of his departure -- that on his way to the hospital Clinton called him and he told her in halting English "I want to kiss you." "I told Clinton that I want to see her now. I said" -- he said speaking in Chinese. Then switching to English he said, "I want to see you now."


また病院に向かう途中クリントンから電話が入って、陳さんが片言の英語で「キスしたい」と言った話が米国で報じられてる件に触れ、「クリントンさんには、今すぐ会いたい、I want to see youと言っただけだ」と訂正した。-AP





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