澳门新普京游戏，A Spanish dancer died after being hit by an exploding pyrotechnic during
a live performance at a
Garcia, 30, was performing with the Super Hollywood Orchestra group at a
venue near Madrid when the incident happened.A stage pyrotechnic device
exploded near the singer, knocking her unconscious, at about 02:00 local
time (00:00 GMT) on
took Ms Sainz to hospital, where she was later confirmed
dead.医护人员带赢面女士去医院,她后来被证实死亡。Around 1,000 spectators
were watching the performance, in the town of Las Berlanas, north-west
of Madrid.约1000观众观看演出,在Las Berlanas镇西北部的马德里。Vigo
festival collapse in Spain injures
hundreds在西班牙维哥节崩溃数百人受伤Man gored to death by bull at
Spanish festival人在西班牙的节日死头公牛刺中Death at Burning Man treated
as ‘suspicious’死于火人视为“可疑”Footage posted to social media
purportedly shows the moment the firework exploded, causing Ms Sainz to
collapse on the
doctor and a nurse who were in the crowd attempted to help the singer
before paramedics arrived, El Diario Montanes
Diario褐煤报道。Ms Sainz, from Santander, was reportedly the main dancer
and choreographer for the Super Hollywood Orchestra, a 15-member group
including singers, musicians and dancers.The group was hired to close
the four-day festival in Las
Berlanas.集团被关闭在拉Berlanas为期四天的节日。End of Facebook post by
Ayuntamiento市政厅的Facebook帖子结束The promoter for the group, Prones
1SL, told El Norte de Castilla the “regrettable” incident appeared to
have been caused by a manufacturing failure.的子集团,倾向1
Lopez, owner of Prones 1SL, told local media the group used pyrotechnics
in previous performances without incident.身为洛佩兹,业主倾向1
sl,告诉当地媒体集团使用烟火在之前的表演毫无意外。In a statement posted
to Facebook, Prones 1SL said: “The whole Prones family, partners,
artists, friends, collaborators are very sad and dismayed by the loss of
our companion and friend Joana Sainz.”在Facebook上发表声明,倾向1
local government of Las Berlanas, which organised the festival, paid
tribute to Ms Sainz on Facebook. “RIP Johan Sainz. You are in our
memory,” it wrote in a post.Las
Five men accused of gang-raping an 18-year-old woman in Spain have been
convicted of sexual abuse but acquitted of the more serious crime of
rape, in a case that sparked a national outcry.
All five have been sentenced to nine years in jail. They filmed their
attack during Pamplona’s San Fermín bull-running festival in July 2016.
The group and their victim can appeal.
Dozens of protesters outside the court criticised the verdict, shouting:
“It’s rape, not abuse.”
Several demonstrations have been called against the verdict and in
support of the victim.
The five, in their late 20s and originally from Seville, and the victim,
from Madrid, were not present when the judgement was read out after a
five-month trial, which was held behind closed doors to protect the
Under Spanish law, the charge of sexual abuse differs from rape in that
it does not involve violence or intimidation.
The men, who have been in custody since 2016, have also been ordered to
pay the woman €50,000 ($61,000; £43,500) in compensation.
What is the case?
Videos of the late-night encounter between the men and the young woman
showed how the five men had wandered the streets among other drunken
revellers before two of them led her into the basement block of flats by
According to a police report, the men – who belonged to a WhatsApp group
called “La manada” (wolf pack) – surrounded the woman in a small alcove,
removed her clothes and had unprotected sex.
Some of them filmed the sexual act on their phones – there were seven
videos, totalling 96 seconds. One of the men posted messages in a
WhatsApp group celebrating what they had done and promising to share the
According to the police report, the victim maintained a “passive or
neutral” attitude throughout the scene, keeping her eyes closed at all
times. Her phone was then stolen.
She was found in a reportedly distraught state by a couple in the street
outside the scene of the attack. She told the trial she was still having
psychological treatment to deal with trauma.
Some of the men were found to be in a video in which they apparently
abuse another woman, who seemed to be unconscious.
Spain’s #MeToo moment
By James Badcock, Madrid
The “wolf pack'”case has been Spain’s #MeToo over the past two years,
with thousands of supporters of the victim uniting under the slogan “Te
creemos” (We believe you).
The shocking nature of the group abuse, the youth of the victim and the
obnoxious celebratory messages about their “conquest” on their WhatsApp
chat combined to make the case fertile fodder for black-and-white public
That the two majority verdict judges have chosen to see shades of grey
by not interpreting the criminals’ acts as violent or intimidatory will
fuel indignant criticism from feminist groups.
The likelihood that the victim and other parties will appeal means the
debate will continue.
Who are the men?
■ José Ángel Prenda, 28: considered the leader of the five, wrote a
message in the WhatsApp group about the video showing them having sex
with the woman. He had been sentenced to two years in prison in 2011 for
theft with force
■ Antonio Manuel Guerrero: a Civil Guard police officer, born in 1989,
is thought to have recorded six videos. He also admitted to stealing the
■ Ángel Boza, 26: his criminal records include theft with force and
driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs
■ Alfonso Jesús Cabezuelo, 29: a military officer, is thought to have
recorded one video
■ Jesús Escudero, 27: a hairdresser