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Chilean miners may break pact of silence, for the right price
"So much for a pact of silence.
Some of the rescued Chilean miners are apparently willing to tell their story for the right price, despite a promise made between all 33 of them that none would reveal details about the worst of their 69-day ordeal buried underground.
During a special Sunday mass held in honor of last week’s dramatic rescue, miner Jorge Galleguillos said that the pact was non-binding and hinted that he’s entertaining offers to spill the beans on exactly what happened.
'I have to think about myself,' he argued, without going into specifics about what information he’d be willing to share.