This Wednesday, Telecinco issued the last chapter of the docuserie ‘Rocío: tell the truth to stay alive’. The space began televising this space in March, causing a tremendous uproar on the network. After the first chapter saw the light, Mediaset decided to dispense with Antonio David Flores as a collaborator of the group.
Something that he did not hesitate to value Marc Giró, a journalist who has earned a chair as a commentator on the network. The Catalan was very critical of Telecinco and especially with ‘Save me‘, a program for which the former civil guard worked.
The debate began with the words of Paloma García-Pelayo, a great defender of Rocío Carrasco. This stressed that, despite the fact that the truth about Rocío Jurado’s daughter has been known, the media continues to charge against her and not against Antonio David Flores.
That was when Belén Esteban, also present, did not hesitate to pronounce that “it is true that the first one to applaud him was me, but there have also been colleagues in ‘Save me‘that his feet have been stopped many times ”.
“Not only were there colleagues who stopped Antonio David’s feet, it is clear that not enough,” Giró intervened then, adding that “the same people who are producing this documentary have paid him.” “It’s a hell of a mess. On ‘Save me‘You are cookie monsters, you are consuming information and, many times, there is no reflection ”, the journalist did not hesitate to say.
The words of Turn They made Carlota Corredera jump, presenter of ‘Save me‘: “You have to do self-criticism, but we were not the only ones who ate the tricks.” It was then that the Catalan kept saying that “there is another factor: Antonio David he charged, you paid him and all of us, including the menda, would watch him from home, touching our eggs and eating popcorn ”.
Finally, he added that “the spectators have a responsibility in that which we should be ashamed of. Those of us who should have turned off the TV were us, the spectators ”.