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Topic - Narciso Contreras
The news agency said Wednesday that Narciso Contreras manipulated a digital picture, using software to edit a colleague's video camera out of the lower left corner of the frame.
"I took the wrong decision when I removed the camera ... I feel ashamed about that," he said Wednesday. "You can go through my archives and you can find that this is a single case that happened probably at one very stressed moment, at one very difficult situation, but yeah, it happened to me, so I have to assume the consequences."
Mr. Contreras expressed regret for altering the photo and said he removed the camera out of fear it would distract viewers.