The Indefensible O’Neill Case by Nilsa Pietri Castellon

In Puerto Rico, more than three weeks after the scandal erupted, Héctor O’Neill continued to cling to a chair from which he is unable to exercise the power of mayor of Guaynabo. A position he has held since 1993. He has been described as “dead man walking”, a “zombie” who is now using desperate measures to avoid the inevitable. With plenty of evidence, O’Neill has been accused of sexual harassment and using government money, and his own, to silence his accusers.