Death in custody report alarms indigenous leaders

Death in custody report alarms indigenous leaders

MADRID, Spain — An autopsy revealed that an indigenous leader had died as the result of torture, the result of the police보성출장마사지‘s detention tactics, in the southern state of Biscay.

Rafael Jaraes, head of the Tenerife of La Mancha region and an indigenous leader, was among 43 people from 15 indigenous groups that were accused of criminal acts in the first weeks of the Catalan independence referendum on Oct. 1, the country’s president declared on Friday.

Jaraes is among 43 people from 15 indigenous groups that were accused of criminal acts in the first weeks세종출장안마 세종출장마사지 of the Catalan independence referendum on Oct. 1, Spain’s president declared on Friday. AFP PHOTO / HECTOR SAUDIO

“We feel that the police used excessive force, especially against Jaraes. The report is that he is dead,” Pedro Sánchez said after reading the autopsy report, at his official residence in Barceloneta, the provincial capital.

The investigation has been opened and “a criminal case will follow,” said his spokesman Jorge López Guarnizo. He added that he had requested the investigation “to ensure that this was not a case of a case where the investigation led to his arrest, but that the investigation also did not uncover any wrongdoing.”

Spain is the first of the world’s 28 euro zone nations where an Indigenous People’s Day will take place on Sept. 3, marking the anniversary of the Spanish Inquisition, the main subject of the autopsy findings.

The autopsy found that Jaraes, 42, suffered multiple traumatic brain injuries while on Dec. 20, 2012 in Barcelona. At the time of his arrest, authorities had not yet identified the specific injuries inflicted upon him.

Authorities reportedly used an X-ray XO 카지노machine during Jaraes’ arrest to find the source of the injuries, but they did not find a suspect.

They found a number of other injuries on Jaraes’ body, which included multiple injuries to the head, body and chest.

On June 22, police used tear gas on demonstrators, leaving nine people injured. They have ruled those charges as unlawful and the first to be brought against police in the “day of truth,” the country’s national day.

According to a Spanish newspaper report in early July, the autopsy on Jaraes has now been sealed by authorities.

The Spanish government announced a ban on the use of force against protesters in the days leading up to th

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