8 Egyptian druggies released as Spain no longer has universal laws

Spain used to have a strange law which allowed it’s judges to pursue evil and wrong where-ever it might occur in the world. It was called the doctrine of universal justice, and was a good way for an up and coming young Judge to make a name. Baltasar Garzón used to it great effect a few times. This caused some trouble. Most recently, when a Spanish court issued an arrest warrant for the ex-Chinese Prime Continue reading 8 Egyptian druggies released as Spain no longer has universal laws

Extremadura launches gay tourism campaign

“Homosexuals are more important to our tourism sector than all the Chinese tourists put together”, said President Monago at the launch of the campaign today. He was at a gay pride festival called “Los Palomos”, held today in Badajoz, which is expected to bring 20,000 tourists to the city this week. Badajoz was famous for having an ancient and extremely irritable Mayor, who was always against the Los Palomos parade.

Bones found in Marta del Castillo search, but nobody seems to care?

Marta del Castillo was a young pretty teenager from Seville who disappeared 5 years ago, and is presumed to have been killed by her ex-boyfriend and his family. Miguel Carcaño is currently doing a long stretch inside for her murder, but has always refused to tell police what he did with her body. Instead, he keeps making up stories, then sitting back and giggling to himself as the National Police spend millions searching for her Continue reading Bones found in Marta del Castillo search, but nobody seems to care?