The duty judge of Alicante has decreed the provisional release without bail although with precautionary measures for the bailaor Rafael Amargo after taking a statement from him this Saturday in court in relation to his arrest 48 hours ago for a alleged case of drug trafficking from various floors of the city of Madrid.
According to the Valencian Superior Court of Justice (TSJCV), the head of the Court of Instruction number 2, on duty, has heard him in a statement and has agreed, as precautionary measures, that appear every 15 days in court and the prohibition to leave Spain, being initially investigated for a crime against public health, another for an attack against authority and two more for injuries.
The crimes against authority and injuries come from the moment of the arrest at the Adif railway station in Alicante, last Thursday night, when resisted the agents of the National Police expressly displaced from Madrid for their capture. The bailaor had traveled to the city of Alicante to offer a show in a venue in the center of the city, where he did not go due to police action.
In addition, the duty judge has been inhibited from the proceedings in favor of the Court of Instruction number 27 of Madrid, competent to continue with the investigation, having opened a case for the facts previously investigated, added the TSJCV.
The court declaration of Raphael Bitter has occurred after almost 48 hours in the dungeons from the provincial police station of the National Police Force in Alicante, and after finding out that the bailaor was free, he avoided the journalists who were waiting for him at the gates of the Alicante courts by going out a side door.
The one from Alicante It has been the second arrest of the artista 48-year-old from Granada, for similar acts, since in December 2020 the Police attributed a crime against public health for which the Prosecutor’s Office asks him for 9 years in prison. The bailaor’s trial is scheduled to take place in Madrid in June of this year.