Here is the story according to El Confidencial Digital. In other countries with militarized police forces (e.g., Chile's carabineros), the concern has been whether victims of police misconduct can get a fair shake from military courts. Here, in contrast, it is a question of internal discipline not affecting members of the public: the accused is simply charged with insulting a superior. The controversy could wind up at the European Court of Human Rights.
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