In fact, when Pancheri approached her, she happily agreed to join the Fight Impunity Board of Directors because she was honored to be among such remarkable names. He added: "Without a doubt, I said yes, I was honored and accepted." And now he thinks the council may have only existed to legitimize a potentially criminal act - to the detriment of vital human rights work. "If it's a big washing machine now - as it seems - it's very ironic, because it's a very necessary thing these days," he said. She emailed her resignation once news of the scandal broke earlier in December: "There hasn't been a single board meeting."