Ecuadorean Editor Found Stabbed To Death in His Home

Feb 25, 2008 Full story: www.editorandpublisher.com 15

QUITO, Ecuador An Ecuadorean journalist who formerly edited of the country's oldest newspaper was found stabbed to death in his home, police said Monday.

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Michelle

United States

#1 Feb 26, 2008
Thanks for this article. Carlos Navarrete Castillo, was are hardworking Ecuadorian patriot who cared for his country. His business was confiscated by the government and he was assasinated shortly after. May God bless his family and the country worked to inform and defend.
Vangelist

Oakland, CA

#2 Feb 27, 2008
STABBED... Yeah... most likely by the BANKING MAFIA THUGS he hung around with...

Navarrete was an active figure in the financial swindle CORRUPT BANKERS perpetrated on the People and Government of Ecuador.

STABBED... Yeah... most likely by the BANKING MAFIA THUGS he hung around with...

Navarrete was an active figure in the financial swindle CORRUPT BANKERS perpetrated on the People and Government of Ecuador.

El Telegrapho (Ecuador's oldest newspaper) was rescued from forclosure by STATE MONEY... Navarrete's politics had nothing to do with the STATE taking this asset or his murder.
Michelle

United States

#3 Feb 27, 2008
Vangelist wrote:
STABBED... Yeah... most likely by the BANKING MAFIA THUGS he hung around with...
Navarrete was an active figure in the financial swindle CORRUPT BANKERS perpetrated on the People and Government of Ecuador.
STABBED... Yeah... most likely by the BANKING MAFIA THUGS he hung around with...
Navarrete was an active figure in the financial swindle CORRUPT BANKERS perpetrated on the People and Government of Ecuador.
El Telegrapho (Ecuador's oldest newspaper) was rescued from forclosure by STATE MONEY... Navarrete's politics had nothing to do with the STATE taking this asset or his murder.
Isn't just like a Marxist to claim that the dissenting voices are criminals and the Marxist government is perfect. Nobody knows who killed him. They only know that theft wasn't the motive because nothing was stolen. Do you think that the government can take someone to court and confiscate his property, and not charge a person with criminals action? They never even charged his with anything criminal. You are the one who shouldn't go around slandering others.

Hoja de vida

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Carlos Navarrete Castillo asumió la dirección de El Telégrafo el 29 de abril del 2002. Lo hizo después de afrontar una polémica judicial con la Agencia de Garantía de Depósitos (AGD). Además era propietario del 1% de las acciones del rotativo.
El 7 junio del año pasado, Navarrete perdió el control de El Telégrafo, por una decisión de la Junta de Accionistas dominada por la AGD. La intención fue hacer de El Telégrafo el periódico estatal.

Los nexos de Navarrete con El Telégrafo son de familia. Dos de sus antepasados, su bisabuelo, José Abel Castillo, y su abuelo, José Santiago Castillo, también manejaron el diario guayaquileño.

Navarrete nació el 18 de marzo de 1954. También fue Registrador de la Propiedad de Guayaquil, hasta 1995.
Vangelist

Oakland, CA

#4 Feb 27, 2008
AGD pide convocar a Junta General de accionistas de El Telégrafo:

Gloria Sabando, gerenta de la Agencia de Garantía de Depósitos (AGD), accionista de El Telégrafo Compañía Anónima, acogiéndose a lo dispuesto en el artículo 212 de la Ley de Compañías, en concordancia con el Art. 234 de la misma Ley, pidió mediante oficio al abogado Carlos Navarrete Castillo, representante legal de la Compañía, convoque a Junta General Ordinaria de Accionistas con el objeto de resolver los informes del Gerente General y los Comisarios de los años 2005 y 2006; y sobre el balance general y las pérdidas y ganancias de la compañía.

La gerenta de la AGD indicó que el Estado no busca perjudicar a nadie y que más bien, en este caso, el perjudicado es el Estado; y, que una de las muestras de un eventual perjuicio está a vista de todos, pues en septiembre del 2006 el Representante Legal de El Telégrafo C.A. recién convocó a reunión para conocer de los estados financieros del año 2004, es decir, con nada menos que dos años de retraso.

En esa reunión, destacó la gerente de la AGD, votóél mismo por la aprobación de los balances a pesar de la expresa prohibición legal que pesa sobre él por ser accionista y administrador al mismo tiempo, impedimento que le fue recordado por la AGD en esa reunión, pero que él deliberadamente ignoró. Agregó, que recién se estaría por ver y analizar los balances de los años 2005 y 2006, los que se van a revisar no precisamente por iniciativa del administrador sino por iniciativa de uno de los accionistas que está preocupado por el estado en que pueden encontrarse las finanzas de la compañía.

La gerenta general de la Agencia de Garantía de Depósitos hizo hincapié en que, contrariamente a lo que quiere hacer creer el Ab. Carlos Navarrete Castillo, la Agencia busca que se cumplan dos sentencias con las que el representante legal del periódico ha estado siempre de acuerdo, esto es, la sentencia del juez Duodécimo de lo Civil de Guayaquil, que señala que El Telégrafo C.A. deberá proceder a la reversión societaria de las cosas al estado en que se hallaban antes del aumento de capital del 20 de noviembre de 2001 (aumento que declaró nulo el indicado juez el 10 de febrero del 2005), y que antes del aumento, la proporción accionaria de Carlos Navarrete era de 0,36% frente al 99,62% de la AGD; y cumplir la sentencia del Tribunal Distrital No. 2 de lo Contencioso y Administrativo de Guayaquil que Anuló la Resolución que permitió el aumento de Capital de $500.000, que hizo casi en su mayoría el accionista Carlos Navarrete, sentencia ésta última que, como bien lo ha manifestado él mismo, está ejecutoriada, y que señala que todo acto hecho al amparo de la resolución anulada pierde legalidad; es decir, el indicado aumento de capital de 500 mil dólares en que se hace dizque fuerte Carlos Navarrete, hecho al amparo de la resolución anulada, obviamente ha perdido legalidad.

Miércoles, 11 de abril de 2007
Vangelist

Oakland, CA

#5 Feb 27, 2008
NO SLANDER... He LOST his family business due to SELLING all the company stock... The business world in Guayaquil can be a KILLER.

Navarrete had NO political relevance as opposition to Correa's Government...

Stick MARX up your FARC ! LOL
Michelle

United States

#6 Feb 28, 2008
Vangelist wrote:
NO SLANDER... He LOST his family business due to SELLING all the company stock... The business world in Guayaquil can be a KILLER.
Navarrete had NO political relevance as opposition to Correa's Government...
Stick MARX up your FARC ! LOL
Navarrete had tons of documents and numerous complaints regarding his business being confiscated. He also documented threats against his life when he complained about Correa.

But since there is no independent investigative force to determine what happened, maybe your theory is right. It must be that fierce Journalist Mafia. Watch out for those guys with glasses carrying dangerous pens and pads in their briefcases.
Vangelist

Oakland, CA

#7 Feb 28, 2008
Michelle wrote:
<quoted text>
It must be that fierce Journalist Mafia. Watch out for those guys with glasses carrying dangerous pens and pads in their briefcases.
...In their briefcases full of MONEY... Sometimes DIRTY MONEY... Sometimes DIRTY NARCO MONEY...

NOT Journalist Mafia... GUAYAQUIL MAFIA... Navarrete LOST his family business in 5 years... 5 years... not much of a 'journalist'... LEECHING El Telegrafos assets to cover other fiascos.

Jaime Nebot (from corrupt PSC) and the GUAYAQUIL cops will have to do the investigation. Let's see..

“Don Gist”

Since: Apr 07

Pembroke Pines

#8 Feb 29, 2008
Vangelist, you just exposed yourself as a mouthpiece of the left, many of whom such as yourself are on the payroll of Chavez and or Correa. There are several of your ilk on the blogs in Ecuador, and your use of the same verbiage, e.g., "mafiosos" and unfounded innuendo of criminal, unethical activity on the part of your target, give you away on a grand scale.

Carlos Navarrette had no "mafia" or banking connections. His crime was to establish a new free daily paper in Guayaquil, which the Correa government could not accept, and the circumstances surrounding his death do suggest asassination. Your rabid defense of the Correa government is incomprehensible, but your rabidity fits right in with their approach to dealing with disent.
Claudia

Hollywood, FL

#9 Feb 29, 2008
Thank you, Don Gist and Michelle. As an Ecuadorian who is witnessing the transformation of Ecuador into a Marxist state through Chávez's and Correa's lies, manipulation and intimidation, I'm grateful that others outside Ecuador realize our situation. Vangelist certainly sounds like the many people paid by Chávez to disseminate their lies.

El Telégrafo under Carlos Navarrete was a FREE newspaper that allowed people to express their opinions FREELY. People were increasingly expressing anguish over Correa dismissing Congress and taking over the Judiciary, thus becoming a dictator. Correa used police force to take over the newspaper and transform it into another media of propaganda for the “socialismo del siglo XXI”(Marxism).

The Inter American Press Association (IAPA) published several resolutions in defense of Carlos Navarrete and El Telégrafo. Those resolutions included that…

On June 4, 2007, the Inter American Press Association (IAPA) had expressed concern at the dispute with the private shareholders of El Telégrafo over the May 2, 2007 administrative order of the Companies Oversight Division which, without prior legal process, held to be without basis increases in capital by private shareholders of El Telégrafo S.A. in August 2002, September 2006 and April 2007, instigated by shareholder and former editor of the newspaper Carlos Navarrete, as a consequence of which the newspaper came under control of the government.

On June 7, 2007 while the El Telégrafo shareholders general meeting was being held, without a legal order, the former editor of El Telégrafo was evicted by police from its plant.

On June 8, the Inter American Press Association repudiated the use of police to evict former editor Carlos Navarrete and urged that the constitution and laws to be issued, compile and consecrate the people’s civil rights, especially the rights of freedom of thought, expression and press, respecting the commitments contained in international treaties accepted by Ecuador.

Here are the resolutions of the Inter American Press Association (IAPA) http://mercury.websitewelcome.com/~sipiapa/re...
Vangelist

Oakland, CA

#10 Feb 29, 2008
Don Gist wrote:
Vangelist, you just exposed yourself as a mouthpiece of the left, many of whom such as yourself are on the payroll of Chavez and or Correa. There are several of your ilk on the blogs in Ecuador, and your use of the same verbiage, e.g., "mafiosos" and unfounded innuendo of criminal, unethical activity on the part of your target, give you away on a grand scale.
Carlos Navarrette had no "mafia" or banking connections. His crime was to establish a new free daily paper in Guayaquil, which the Correa government could not accept, and the circumstances surrounding his death do suggest asassination. Your rabid defense of the Correa government is incomprehensible, but your rabidity fits right in with their approach to dealing with disent.
"Carlos Navarrette had no "mafia" or banking connections." HOW CAN YOU ASSERT THAT? Everyone at some point or another has to deal with 'banking'... This is especiallly true for a PAWN it the CORRUPT banking scandal Ecuador lived at the turn of the century. Read the lit... He LOST his stock at El Telegrafo. He started a little "Calle' paper... So what!

Correa has bigger fish to fry!(NOT assasinate like zealots but PROSECUTE) Like Nebot and other corrupt PSC

PAYROLL??? Chavez??? Stick MARX up your FARC !
Claudia

Hollywood, FL

#11 Feb 29, 2008
Vangelist sounds as nice and polite as the thugs he admires. What is he doing living in the United States? He deserves to live in Cuba, Venezuela or Ecuador. Any freedom loving Cuban, Venezuelan or Ecuadorian would gratefully change places with him any time. The United States is for people who believe in freedom and democracy, not for supporters of tyrants and criminals, of enemies of the United States, like Castro, Chávez and Correa.
Vangelist

Oakland, CA

#12 Feb 29, 2008
Claudia wrote:
Thank you, Don Gist and Michelle. As an Ecuadorian who is witnessing the transformation of Ecuador into a Marxist state through Chávez's and Correa's lies, manipulation and intimidation, I'm grateful that others outside Ecuador realize our situation.
"OUR SITUATION'?... written from MIAMI !
Claudia wrote:
Vangelist sounds as nice and polite as the thugs he admires. What is he doing living in the United States? He deserves to live in Cuba, Venezuela or Ecuador.
Don't like my stile... TOUGH COOKIES !

What I'm doing here? I'm a DEMOCRATIC CITIZEN of the United States cutting down your ABSURD RHETORIC and HIPOCRACY !

'DESERVE to live in... Ecuador'? What does that mean? You dislike Ecuador? You think there are NO people who live fullfilling lives in Ecuador?

Stick your MARX, CASTRO and CHAVEZ up your FARC !
Michelle

United States

#13 Mar 1, 2008
Ecuador is an amazing country and the people are even better. That is why it is so difficult to see such a great place and people headed down the path of slavery like Cuba and Venezuela.

Everyone deserves the right of individual liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That doesn't make them "greedy". Life has become very hard in Ecuador because of the Marxism you adore. That is why it seems unfair that you live here and are able to enjoy those freedoms and earn a living, while so many freedom loving people have to endure the hardships of Marxism that you adore.
Vangelist

Oakland, CA

#14 Mar 1, 2008
Michelle wrote:
Ecuador is an amazing country and the people are even better. That is why it is so difficult to see such a great place and people headed down the path of slavery like Cuba and Venezuela.
Everyone deserves the right of individual liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That doesn't make them "greedy". Life has become very hard in Ecuador because of the Marxism you adore. That is why it seems unfair that you live here and are able to enjoy those freedoms and earn a living, while so many freedom loving people have to endure the hardships of Marxism that you adore.
I follow the below instruction:

"The Lord thy God thou shalt ADORE, and Him only shalt thou serve" (Matthew 4:10).

You should try to follow:

"You shall not bear false witness against your neighbour" (Exodus 20:16)
Adolfo de los Monteros

Gloucester, MA

#15 Jun 23, 2009
Carlos Navarrete era un homosexual closeteado — se rodeaba de malandros para tener sexo

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