“I have remained silent and there are no two truths here, there are no excuses” – Publimetro Chile

“I have remained silent and there are no two truths here, there are no excuses” – Publimetro Chile
“I have remained silent and there are no two truths here, there are no excuses” – Publimetro Chile

The former journalist from Channel 13, Miguel Acuña, will be part of a new chapter of the Chilevisión program ‘We Can Talk’, after several months off screen, after his dismissal. The reporter was fired after being involved in hitting four cyclists while driving drunk last October.

The journalist, who reported police events for Teletrece AM and who had ventured into directing some spaces in the press department of Channel 13 was reported and founded on social networks by one of the people who claimed to have been run over, through the release of a video where the reporter appeared resigned and with visible difficulty speaking.

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“I have remained silent and there are no two truths here, there are no excuses.”

— Miguel Acuña

For the first time Acuña will refer to the fact. “This situation occurred, I have not spoken about this fact, I only referred to it on social networks…. I have remained silent and there are no two truths here, there are no excuses”.

He flatly acknowledged that he was irresponsible, since he got behind the wheel “not being fit and I was involved in this unfortunate accident, thank God no major situation occurred, it could have been a tragedy… There is no valid excuse, I come first and just as this unfortunate event occurred, there are people affected here and those are the main victims of this situation and of course I reiterate my apologies and ask for your forgiveness for what happened.” .

“The accident was specific, I left a street, turned and went to pick up a group of people who were there, fortunately I repeat again, they did not suffer serious injuries, but it was damage that I did,” he pointed out.

Was Miguel Acuña medicated?

Julio César Rodríguez asked Miguel Acuña if he was on medication that day. “I was medicated and the image we see, I have seen it very rarely, and it hurts, it hurts, it hurts a lot, but you know that Julius Caesar, I decided to return to work and I also decided of course in one way, to be with the people who had suffered the accident,” he said.

“I always had contact with them, in fact some time ago we reached a reparation agreement with them, the same day they kicked me out, I had to sign the agreement, they were super understanding, super kind, very affectionate with me, the people who, thank God, They are fine and I prepared all this time to return, the first thing they told me about the channel was that I was still there, it was not known in what instance, so I had six months… I didn’t want to leave, I didn’t give any type of statement…”, he sentenced.

 
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