mardi 10 avril 2012

Cuba / USA: Sanctioned by love for Castro.

 
On 9 April 2012, the baseball team the Florida Marlins of Miami suspended  for five straight games, his manager Ozzie Guillen for saying "I like Fidel Castro. I respect Fidel Catro. You know why? Many people have tried to kill him during the last 60 years, but he's still there "in his interview to "Time Magazine ".
         "The Florida Marlins recognize the seriousness of the comments attributed to Guillen, pain and suffering caused by Fidel Castro can not be minimized, especially in a community that has many victims of the dictatorship" responded the management team in a statement.
Accordingly, Ozzie Guillen, who is of Venezuelan origin, was "suspended for five games, with immediate effect," continued the Marlins.
        
During a press conference Tuesday morning April 10, 2012, Ozzie Guillen apologized for his remarks.
        
"It's the biggest mistake I made in my career (...) I have wronged many people. I'm really sorry," he said.
Ozzie Guillen is a frequent disturbing about that often placed in a quandary.
        
As in 2011, when he was ejected from a game and he took the opportunity, once in the locker room, to go after "hot" to the referee on Twitter while the game was still in courses.

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