Friday, July 29, 2011

Spain: secret ideological police files publicly acknowledged

Policemen declaring as witnesses in a political trial in Seville (Andalusia, state of Spain) have acknowledged under oath the existence of secret files of ideological nature. This came to light because political reports were included as evidence in the trial against university activists. 

This practice, in principle outlawed by the Spanish constitution of 1978, which recognizes the right to free opinion and free association (in theory), has been going on all the time and, in this particular case the abusive police ideological surveyance is dated to the year 2002 because justice is not just abusive and unjust in the realm of the last Bourbon but also extremely slow. 

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