LA Times on Garzón

May 23, 2010

Henry Chu reports from Madrid:

Gonzalo Martinez-Fresneda, an attorney for Garzon, said even the temporary suspension would have a “devastating symbolic effect.” “If Garzon has to leave with all his boxes from his office, it’s like the Lehman Bros. bankruptcy — there’s no way back,” Martinez-Fresneda said. “It would be a point of no return.” He described his client as angry and possibly in denial over the whole affair. “I think deep down, he doesn’t believe it,” Martinez-Fresneda said. “He says maybe he made a mistake, but he acted in good faith.”

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