Vox’s deputy legal secretary has filed a complaint against a Twitter user –@Martuniki—, for having published two tweets in which he linked the party led by Santiago Abascal with the murder of the young Samuel Luiz in A Coruña.

Vox has alleged in its complaint that the woman could have incurred “slander crimes —For falsely imputing a criminal act—; insults —for injuring the dignity and undermining the public image of the third political force in Spain—; and hate – for generating hostility and discrimination against this political formation – “, as reported by the party in a press release.

In the same note, the formation has ensured that before filing the complaint the legal services of the party they filed the lawsuit of an act of conciliation in the courts of first instance of the municipality in which the defendant resides.

Vox has reproached the woman who published on July 4 “serious accusations “in a first tweet hours after “the courts investigating the murder had decreed summary secrecy and without the slightest indication of the authorship of the facts.”

The messages

According to the statement of the training, from the user @Martuniki it is posted a message that said: “All your life raising a child, watching over his sleep and, when you are happy because he is a nursing assistant, because he is a good person, because the worst is over, a herd of hyenas come and kill you because he does not live and loves according to the canon. This is VOX, that’s the ultra-right. “

In a second publication he added: “The ultra-right considers them sick, wants them out of society and brings these monsters, the ultra-right is after this here, in Russia, in Turkey …”. The first of the tweets no longer appears in the profile of the accused because it was “deleted by its author”, as it is stated in the social network.


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