Garzón and MLK

April 25, 2010

Scott Boehm writes on the Garzón case in Counterpunch:

If Martin Luther King were alive today, he would undoubtedly support Garzón and those brave enough to publicly challenge the state of impunity that is the glaring stain on the sunny, smiley surface that characterizes Spanish democracy. […] Long after Franco’s death, Spain is segregated along unspoken lines of privilege that are the direct inheritance of lived experience under the dictatorship

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