Tuesday, January 24, 2012

AGAIN, in the coverage of the trials against judge Garzon in the English-language media (for example) we see an amazing display of distortion, if not ignorance.

He's was not tried last week for going against a corruption network, or this week for going after Franco's crimes, or soon for something related to both cases. No; on the first two cases he's being tried for abuse of power, and on the third for allegedly taking bribes, no less. So as not to repeat myself, let me redirect you to two posts I wrote some about this some time ago: one, two.