Two Venezuelan brothers who harass 'My stuffed reindeer' style arrested in Spain

The Public Ministry (MP, Prosecutor's Office) of Venezuela received a notification this Tuesday about the capture in Madrid of the brothers Rebeca and Francisco García, citizens of the Caribbean country wanted for alleged sexual harassment of a multitude of victims, among other crimes.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
14 May 2024 Tuesday 10:30
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Two Venezuelan brothers who harass 'My stuffed reindeer' style arrested in Spain

The Public Ministry (MP, Prosecutor's Office) of Venezuela received a notification this Tuesday about the capture in Madrid of the brothers Rebeca and Francisco García, citizens of the Caribbean country wanted for alleged sexual harassment of a multitude of victims, among other crimes.

In the crimes of “incitement to hate for discriminatory reasons, exhibition of child pornography” and “gathering.”

"These individuals dedicated themselves to harassing and harassing women and children, causing terror and anxiety in the victims," ​​said Saab, who reported the arrest warrant on May 7, after alleged victims - mostly women - made massive complaints on social networks and shared photos, videos, text messages and emails in which insults and attacks are read.

According to the Spanish Police, it was agents from the Fugitive Location Section, in collaboration with Interpol, who arrested them this Tuesday under an international arrest warrant.

Police sources told EFE that the brothers were located in a hotel in the Madrid town of Alcobendas. They were arrested a day after an anonymous citizen alerted the Police that he had seen them in a supermarket in the Madrid district of Hortaleza.

The agents took them to police stations, where they identified them and verified that, in fact, they were the García brothers. However, at that time they could not be arrested, given that the Venezuelan Prosecutor's Office had not yet processed the corresponding arrest warrant, according to the aforementioned sources.

Now, already detained under that order, the Spanish National Court must study their extradition to Venezuela, which, according to the South American country's prosecutor, was processed last Friday.

Hours after the information about the location and identification of the García brothers, Saab assured through a message on publication, attaches screenshots of the Interpol red alerts against the brothers, which show that the date of their publication is this Monday.

According to the reported facts, the man now detained would have disseminated without consent photographs of boys, girls and adolescents, with explicit and implicit sexual connotations, publishing the screenshots on multiple accounts that he has in his name on social networks.

Furthermore, he would act with the complicity of his sister, dedicating himself to persecuting, harassing and harassing several victims using instant messaging platforms, social networks and telephone calls, even accessing their homes and workplaces without the victims' consent. with death threats.