He left the reasoning for his actions in this online suicide note:
Archive for February 19th, 2010
Meeting with the Dalai Lama has been hanging over Obama since he took office. And much to China’s annoyance Obama has now met with him.
But Zhang Qingli, the Communist Party Secretary in Tibet has said ‘The Dalai Lama is a wolf wrapped in a habit, a monster with human face and animal’s heart’.
Tiger Woods has broken his silence and spoken publicly for the first time since the scandal surrounding his private life erupted in November last year. “I was unfaithful, I had affairs, I cheated. What I did was unacceptable.”
Quick heads up about tomorrow’s Newshour … Lyse Doucet (who’s now on Twitter — here) will be looking at the excitement in Egypt, as Nobel Peace Prize winner, and former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Mohammed El Baradei, prepares to return to the country of his birth. 60,000 people have joined a Facebook campaign urging him to stand as president, and some very prominent Egyptians — including the author of the international bestseller, the Yacoubian Building, Alaa al-Aswani — are backing him too … though Dr El Baradei himself says he’ll only run if there’s a fair playing field. Could this mark a new beginning for Egypt — after almost 30 years of President Mubarak? And is El Baradei — who has little direct political experience — really the right man for the top job?