The lawyer said that his client is "in crisis and reluctantly" and spoke of how he seeks to encourage him.
While the cause of Thelma Fardín against Juan Darthés move on, Fernando Burlando He spoke of the discouragement in which his defendant, self-exiled in Brazil, lives and in February will return to our country for the public he has with Anita Coacci. In a radio interview, he told how he seeks to encourage him.
"I put my chest and my back to Juan and he would not admit that he did not do the same, I said" you want me to defend you? "So start defending yourself and do not let your arms fall. It was a message to cheer him up, something else. "
"He is in a situation of crisis and reluctance," began the lawyer in In case the flies, cycle of The Eleven Ten / Radio City. "He is reluctant to live, his life today is a crisis, his family is a revolution and his state of mind has very deep ascenders and descendants. This whole situation of exile has unbalanced," said Burlando about the mood of the actor.
The lawyer also confessed the intimate conversation he had with Darthés: "I put my chest and my back to Juan and would not admit that he did not do the same." I said, "Do you want me to defend you?" So start to defend yourself and do not go down. "It was a message to lift your spirit, not anything else," he said.
The pair of Barby Franco He looked at his work as an advocate for the actor in the midst of the media case: "Since the day John fell on this last issue, I think I've been able to distort the thinking of many people, and I've done it from analysis, respect and prudence. I would say that we have the prudence not to issue opinions until the court is issued. Today, the investigations give the situation as it is not as Thelma said, but there is another truth.
"Justice is very important, but the one that generated the exile and exile of Juan Darthés was public opinion. Exile is worse than being dead and separated, it does not have any kind of perspective of work." It seems that all the calamities of the world were only Juan Darthés", Concluded Burlando.