The Franco family tried to prevent ‘Everything is true’ from broadcasting the dictator’s tapes

During the day yesterday, ‘Everything is true’ he advanced that he had in his possession information that could “change the history of Spain.” The research format led by Risto Mejide has accessed 32 cassette tapes related to Francisco Franco, which have not seen the light since they were recorded in 1977.

“They are tapes that keep hidden interviews for 44 years on the most intimate life of Francisco Franco”, the presenter began saying from the control of the realization of the program. He then revealed that the dictator’s own family had tried to prevent the audios from being broadcast: “We are talking about interviews authorized by those who have decided to speak and, therefore, we are going to broadcast them.”

“We are told that, as members and successors of the Franco family, require us to refrain from posting that we have announced “, commented Risto before showing a preview of the content of the program.

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To put viewers in context, Risto explained that the testimonies were collected by a psychoanalyst in order to “understand” the character of the dictator. One of those tapes corresponds to a close friend of Ramón Franco, Ángel Alcázar, who stated that Carmen Franco was neither the daughter of the dictator nor of Carmen Polo.

In another of the tapes, Pilar Franco spoke about her brother’s childhood and her relationship with her parents. According to his testimony, the dictator was “very compliant in his studies” and felt “infinite adoration” towards his mother. “All the biographies and writings of my brother have lots of lies,” he assured.

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