Last week, Claudio Ramos and Maria Botelho Muniz highlighted the right of reply they received in relation to the story of guest Elisabeth Gallego, received on their programme.
At the time, she complained that she was living unconditionally in the home of her adoptive parents.
“Elizabeth visited us on November 17, if you remember it was a complicated family history. She was greeted by a couple she was raised by, the adoptive parents, but that adoption didn’t pay off on paper and now the family members have claimed the house,” recalls Maria Botelho Muniz.
Claudio Ramos noted that the program’s journalist heard the guest’s story and tried to hear the story of the family, who “did not want to speak at the time.”
“After all this and as Claudio said, they didn’t want to talk before, but then,” Maria pointed out.
After transferring the right of reply, which criticized the position of the announcer, because he asked the relatives to be “ashamed”, Claudio noted that the case was referred to the court and that the judge agreed with Elizabeth.
“Whenever we hear a story here, we try, as part of our responsibility, to listen to the other, without naming names, we did our best to keep it private. They wanted to express themselves, great. It was so good for me and Maria that it was at the time, it was quickly done explain everything”Finally, Claudio said.
“As for my words, I would repeat them.”As Maria noted.
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