A source with knowledge in the local fire dept told me earlier that investigators don’t believe a lit cig set the place on fire, but instead think it’s possible that a power tool being used inappropriately set the place afire. An axle grinder or tile cutter is suspected. Although this is not official… just what the firemen are chatting about. Now, I’m also told that at this very moment several Guardia Civil cars, accompanied by Continue reading Bedar fires – arrests imminent?
Ah hem. Amnesty International reckons Spain is turning a blind eye to complaints about police torturing or mistreating suspects, and has failed Spain in it’s latest annual report. The report says that Spain “must do more” to investigate such complaints and says that the nation appears to have a serious structural defect in investigating such matters. It points to such evidence as the European Court of Human Rights which recently slammed Spain for not protecting Continue reading Amnesty International: Spain turns blind eye to police torturing suspects
The remains of Ruth (6) and Jose (2), the two small children from Cordoba who went missing 11 months ago and whose fate have since gripped Spain, have been found. Their father, who has been in jail since they went missing accused of abducting the children, will now be charged with their murder. The remains were identified after the Mother of the children paid for an independent laboratory analysis of bones found in a huge Continue reading Bodies of missing Cordoba children Ruth & Jose found – police admit “massive cockup” after mothers family find the remains