“It is a clear case of vicarious violence, I think it is important to say “, Carlota Corredera stressed in a special start of ‘Save me’ focused on the discovery of the body of one of the girls in Tenerife. The presenter of the Rocío Carrasco documentary has taken the opportunity to intensify her rejection of sexist violence.
The Telecinco program It has started sad, with pain and remembering the last hour from the waters of Tenerife where 24 hours ago the Civil Guard found the lifeless remains of the older of the two girls, who had been missing for 44 days.
“We don’t want to whitewash sexist violence, but they were two girls”
“The worst omen was coming true. The body of six-year-old Olivia was inside the bag. His father Tomás Gimeno had ended his life that fateful April 27“emphasized the Telecinco communicator with a broken voice and while the set monitors were broadcasting the drawing of the two little mermaids that the networks have viralized in memory of Anna and Olivia.
“From ‘Save me’ we want to express our deepest condolences to Beatriz and to the entire family of Anna and Olivia. It is clear that evil exists and this sexist crime of extreme vicarious violence is proof of it“Corredera has expressed with deep pain and indignation over this type of violence that she herself began to enact on television from the documentary ‘Rocío, tell the truth to stay alive’.
Carlota has alerted her audience that the program will not broadcast a single image of the two girls and hence replace it with the drawing that her own mother uses in her memory: “It is the illustration that Beatriz has on her WhatsApp profile since yesterday. We will not broadcast any images of Anna and Olivia“.
“The sense of seeing their images considers the program that was to find them, but unfortunately we already know that they will not appear alive,” he continued to add. “We do not want to whitewash sexist violence, but they were two girls“, he finished on the verge of tears.