Gustavo Arellano: “I can help you on your spanish.”

OC Weekly’s Gustavo Arellano was at the Tan Nguyen press conference this afternoon, and he got a little heated when Nguyen told the crowd that the word “emigrado” implied non-citizenship.

Matt Cunningham (Jubal) from the OCBlog was taping the press conference, and he posted an audio file of Gustavo questioning Tan.

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UPDATE: Gustavo blogged a little over at The Blotter regarding the word “emigrado” and promises more tomorrow.

  1 comment for “Gustavo Arellano: “I can help you on your spanish.”

  1. October 23, 2006 at 2:54 am


    The online Spanish to English dictionary I found defined emigrado with the English word emigrant.

    American Heritage Dictionary defines emigrant as: One who emigrates.

    American Heritage defines emigrate as: To leave one country or region to settle in another.

    I do not speak spanish, but I can see attorneys taking this information and using it to demonstrate the meaning of the letter.

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