The Provincial Prosecutor's Office of Valencia, at the proposal of the prosecutor delegate for hate crimes, Susana Gisbert, has denounced Cristina Seguí, co-founder of Vox, in court for the publication of a video about the two minors who denounced a group rape in Burjassot (Valencia).
The decree in which the public prosecutor agrees to file the complaint before the Senior Investigating Court of Valencia, so that it forwards it to the investigative court that corresponds to it in turn and initiates the appropriate procedure, indicates that the facts denounced could constitute of "a crime against privacy and/or a hate crime".
The group rape of which two girls were victims was committed on May 16 and five young people between the ages of 15 and 17 were arrested for their alleged relationship with the sexual assaults.
That same month of May, the hate crime section led by the prosecutor Susana Gisbert began the criminal investigation proceedings against Cristina Seguí for this matter.
According to some media, the criminal investigation of the Prosecutor's Office was added to the complaint by the consumer association Facua before the Spanish Agency for Data Protection (AEPD) for the dissemination of the video on both its Twitter and Telegram accounts, in which minors were allowed to be identified.
The two minors and another girl friend of both, also a minor, appear in the video in a direct on Instagram that was recorded by those around the alleged rapists and broadcast, after which Seguí was in charge of acting as speaker.
In that recording, the minors limited themselves to commenting that their case has been shown on television, that there will probably be a trial and that one of them would surely be called as a witness.