5 Jul 2011

Guardian correspondent writes 'advertisement features' for human rights abuser



Alvaro Uribe's methods and allegiances have been criticised, but Colombians are simply happy that, under his regime, there is relative peace and security - at least for now. Rory Carroll joined him on a typical working day.

Surely, for the sake of the Guardian's credibility, now is the time to relieve Carroll of his duties and let him to what he does best; composing 'advertisement features' for the tourist board of the country with the worst human rights record in the hemisphere.

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4 comments:

skidmarx said...

I think this might be the featured quote:
Alvaro Uribe's methods and allegiances have been criticised, but Colombians are simply happy that, under his regime, there is relative peace and security - at least for now. Rory Carroll joined him on a typical working day.

Derek Wall said...

thanks do you have a url!

Paul said...

What is the difference between Rory Caroll's approach towards Uribe and yours towards Cuba Derek?

skidmarx said...

http://business.guardian.co.uk/insidecolombia/story/0,,2095930,00.html

I actually got it from your link, but this is where you get to when you click on that.