Violaciones que, hay que admitirlo, son mucho más garantistas que las que hay en Estados Unidos o el Reino Unido.
(Sí, ya sé que los terroristas son unos hijos de puta. Pero tenemos que asegurarnos de estar actuando contra los hijos de puta correctos. En caso contrario, ¿qué distingue la policía de los GAL o de los Escuadrones de la Muerte?)
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Spain appears in te last issue of the write-it-yourself OhmyNews International. But it is not a thing to be proud of, since the article speaks about real Human Right violations (and PLEASE NOTE: Euro-Constitution Human Rights are not appliable here, they're for Euro Court only, and Euro Court does not have criminal trials). Yes, we can please ourselves reading we give our criminals more guarantees than those offered by USA or UK, but we keep violating human rights.
Spain's counterterrorism measures, initially developed in response to separatist Basque violence, significantly limit the rights of terrorism suspects upon arrest. Suspects can be held incommunicado -- without access to a lawyer of their choice or the ability to contact family members -- for up to 13 days. Prior to November 2003, the maximum was five days. Suspects are assigned legal aid attorneys during this period, but cannot confer with them in private. This makes the lawyers little more than silent witnesses, and effective challenges to the grounds of detention extremely difficult."
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