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La Prensa Grafica and El Diario del hoy published an assault taking place in plain daylight today by photojournalist Nilton Garcia. A youth named Johnatan Alexander Durán was robbing another peer named Carlos Francisco Garay, a student of INFRAMEN highschool. Police on scene transported Carlos to a hospital, but to no avail. Johnatan got away with robbing a shirt. As a result of the documentary work, Johnatan and his accomplice Blanca Cecilia Navarro are facing criminal charges. Click the image for the documentary essay. Good Job Nilton. Addendum: Female accomplice has been charged.
Reportaje por Nilton/LPG.
2 thoughts on “Crimen a la Plena Luz”
ES CUESTIONABLE Y PEOR AUN, MUY LAMENTABLE Q PRIVARA LA LABOR SEUDO PERIODISTICA SOBRE LA SOLIDARIDAD DE LA CONCIENCIA HUMANA PARA EVITAR UN CRIMEN Y DIGO SEUDO PQ LOS FOTOPERIODISTAS DE CARRERA SABRAN, QUE AL ANDAR EN LAS CALLES SI BIEN LES PAGAN POR CAPTAR LA NOTICIA, HAY UN COMPROMISO SOCIAL Y RESPONSABILIDAD HUMANA; MAXIME TENIENDO ENTRENAMIENTO DE SOCORRISTA COMO NILTON. ACTUO DE LA MISMA FORMA Q LOS TRANSEUNTES Q IGNORARON EL HECHO. LO MAS INDIGNANTE ES Q LPG PUBLICA QUE “LA MADRE DE CARLOS AGRADECE A FOTOPERIDISTA POR BRINDARLE PRIMEROS AUXILIOS” HABRAN SIDO LOS “ULTIMOS AUXILIOS” HASTA Q EL JOVEN CAYÓ Y NILTON QUITO EL DEDO DEL OBTURADOR.
It is questionable and sad that this “pseudo” journalism takes priority over the human conscience, because journalists that really work the streets, getting paid for the news, there is a social responsibility , even with Nilton being trained in first aid, he acted the same as the observers and ignored the situation. The worst, is that La Prensa Grafica published that the mother of Carlos “thanked the photo journalist for offering first aid”. Well, it would have been the “last first aid”, until he fell, and Nilton took his finger off the shutter.
Como Comandos hemos estado en el peor del peor y siempre a la par de nosotros han sido los/las foto periodistas salvadoreños.
El hecho de tomar fotos y documentar la vida cotidiana de El Salvador nos enseña que tienen un compromiso social y responsabilidad humana.
Ve la entrada “Addendum”
Gracias por tu opinión Chepija.
As Comandos we have been in the worse of the worse and always next to us are the Salvadoran Photojournalists. The mere fact document daily life in El Salvador shows us that they do have social and human responsibility. Please see the addendum to the entry.
Thanks for your opinion Chepija.