Monday I wrote about Ecuadorian cartoonist Xavier Bonilla who was censored by a media watch dog group for a cartoon they said was “harmful to President Rafael Correa.” The Miami Herald reports that Bonilla has published a “correction” cartoon (see original and “correction” below). The underlining issue was that Ecuadorian security raided the house of journalist taking computers. The original cartoon depicted that. Bonilla’s correction cartoon replays the first, but mockingly presents the narrative as if the journalist had invited the government into his home.
I guess if you have to run an apology cartoon, mockery is the best response.