01 April 2024

Temporarily freedom

After being denied many times to be released on bail, on 20 March the Barcelona court has finally granted that Daniel Alves had to pay in order to get out from prison. In exchange for freedom the convicted rapist gave 1 million euros, so that five days later the Brazilian was free. But from now on the defender has to show up in court every week and has a restraining order not to get close to the victim. For this to happen there was one more (and probably the most) important condition of all: to hand over the Spanish and Brazilian passports just to be assure that he will remain in Spain and not escape outside the country.
This "scandalous" decision has commented the lawyer of the 23-year-old victim, who is appalled, would lodge an appeal, and that there is only "a justice system for the rich".


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