First, because a transgender consented to give interviews, provide images and photographs of public exposure about a protest to claim rights to Daily Extra and other media. Second, because the transgender person then accused Daily Extra and not the other media for using the elements of her interview, she later said she had not consented.
The transgender is the protagonist of this case of inconsistencies that two years ago had relevance in most of the media in the country. Daily Extra has in its archives the recorded interview and about 30 of the nearly 150 photographs that were taken at that encounter, enough evidence as an endorsement of consent.
The “misuse” of the image by Daily Extra according to the complainant, has put justice in an impasse for two years, this is not justified with the relevance nor with with the historical evolution of the case. Universal rights enshrined in the Constitution of Ecuador, and the action of the transgender meant a spearhead in the long sequence of claims of LGBTI groups.