Spanish Supreme Court Ups Conviction of Men Who Raped and Filmed Teenager in 2016

HeadlineJun 26, 2019

Spain’s highest court convicted five men who go by the collective nickname “the Wolf Pack” for the rape of a teenage girl at Pamplona’s bull-running festival in 2016, which they filmed on their cellphones. The ruling, which carries a 15 year prison sentence, overturns an earlier, much less severe conviction of “sexual abuse,” which triggered widespread outrage and mass protests around the country.

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