Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Trouble in Tenerife

La Provincia reports that a member of the Civil Guard has been convicted under the Military Criminal Code for disobeying a superior's order to sign a report, and has been punished with three months and a day in detention. The Unified Association of Civil Guards has objected to the fact that he has been tried under military law for an offense that would bring administrative sanctions for any other government employee. Another Civil Guard member is awaiting military trial for arguing with a superior.

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