Frigate Libertad bartender fired for talking to TN
January 14, 2013
Luis Suarez, the frigate Libertad bartender for 28 years, was fired for talking to the press and say that, “the Argentine authorities knew of the danger if the ship sailed to Ghana”.
Suarez said foreign media: “This is a tremendous humiliation. 28 years ago to work on the boat and got a child argument, I was told that because of my statements to TN (Clarín news channel) almost jeopardized the release of the Frigate”.
The bartender was referring to ‘an interview he gave in October, when the ship was seized in the port of Tema (Ghana), where board rumor was Argentine authorities knew that dock there, as Argentina has no embassy there was a seized risked.
Suarez said, “I participated last week of receipt at the port of Mar del Plata and the daily Perfil was the first to break the news that the Armada had cast off with one of its veterans. It was like a dagger in my heart”.
Clarín warns his surprise when he noticed, “I was a dirty word. I was received badly. I was part of the contingent that was repatriated to Argentina and Ghana offshore I returned with my colleagues to complete the crew. In Tema Port had been the requisite number of sailors during the embargo. “
“They forced me to turn my phone off, and back on deck to talk to the media. Were terrified of me to take a camera.”
And the act of Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner said, “It was embarrassing. It cannot be that the government after its negligence celebrates. That was not nothing but a political act”.
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