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The social communist government of Spain despises judges, prosecutors and state security forces

The current social-communist government has just given another kick (one more) to the weak rule of law that Spain has, pardoning María Sevilla, the president of Infancia Libre, that criminal organization that advocates the kidnapping of children, the filing of false accusations against parents, for assaults on their children, mistreatment, and everything that occurs to them, in the certainty that nothing is going to happen to them…

And unfortunately, that’s how it happens.

In the event that there is a conviction, in the case of Juana Rivas, to five years in prison, there is always a Supreme Court, so benevolent towards feminists, that reduces the sentence to two and a half years, and a government that, subsequently, pardon the sentence imposed, and here peace and then glory.

On the case of Juana Rivas, I have spoken on two previous occasions, so, for the sake of brevity, I will not reiterate my point of view.

The corresponding articles are still online, freely available to interested persons (in the hypothetical case that there is one), and are the following:

But the case of María Sevilla, a criminal kidnapper of her son, who was deprived of teaching assistance, kept closed in a shack, without any contact with the outside or with other young people, etc., shows a person with serious psychiatric problems, that she should be admitted to the corresponding phrenopathy…

Well, for Irene Montero, she is a “heroine” and an exemplary mother.

Of course, this Montero is an individual who should also consult her case with a psychiatrist, and if the two go together, or the three, Juana, Irene and María, she will surely give them a discount.

But what is most worrying is the government’s total contempt for the judges, prosecutors, State security forces and bodies, for whom locating that poor child, for example, required a tremendous effort, and meticulous investigations and displacements, all which has a high cost, professional and economic.

In other words, all the work of these public officials comes to nothing, because the government ignores and despises them.

All that remains is for them to be condemned for having done their job!

Truly, is this the Spain that tries to set an example of freedom in Europe?

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José Martí
José Martí
Nacionalista cubano, poeta, filósofo, ensayista, periodista, traductor, profesor y editor.

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