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On Sunday, May 10, 1992, an order from Judge Maria Servini of Cobría censoría the program of Tato Bures. And she dressed as judge Baru Budu Buddha
Judge Baru Budu Buddha and censorship in full democracy.
Pappo , Soda Stereo , Luis Alberto Spinetta , Mariano Grondona, Fernando Bravo, Juan Alberto Badia, Bernardo Neustadt, Mario Pergolini, Julian Weich, Victor Heredia, Alejandro Dolina, Jorge Guinzburg, Dario Grandinetti, Juana Molina, China Zorrilla, Enrique Pinti, Horacio Fontova, Cesar Mascetti, Maria Laura Santillan, Luis Brandoni — among many other musicians, journalists, drivers and actors — met once in the same television studio.
The cause was more than important: the first case of prior censorship had just happened after the return of democracy . On Sunday, May 10, 1992, a court order issued by Judge Maria Servini de Cubría forced two short courts on Tato Bors' program. The banned images of Tato de América were replaced by a black plaque that read “ judicial censorship .”
The times were other, the media too. But beyond ideologies and political positions, the important thing was to defend what had been hard to achieve: freedom of the press was not negotiable.
Almost three decades passed and the melody still sounding in our heads: “Judge Baru Budu Budu Buddía, Judge Baru Budu Buddía, is the greatest thing there is.” That never stop ringing , because that means we're still on the alert.
As Tato said:
“ Unfortunate is the generation whose judges deserve to be judged.”
Publication Date: 19/04/2018
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