Four members of Spain’s ‘Wolf Pack’ (La Manada) – already sentenced for gang-raping a woman in Pamplona in July 2016 – have also received further jail terms for a sexual assault that took place two months earlier, in May 2016.
The Pamplona gang-rape shocked Spain and saw nationwide protests after the five men were initially convicted of the lesser offence of sexual abuse.
The earlier sexual assault took place in a car between the towns of Torrecampo and Pozoblanco in Andalusia in May 2016.
A court in Córdoba on Thursday handed three of the men (Alfonso Jesús Cabezuelo, Jesús Escudero and Antonio Manuel Guerrero) further prison terms of two years and ten months for sexual assault and breach of privacy for having filmed abuse of an unconscious woman.
Another man (José Ángel Prenda) was given a further four years and six months sentence after being found to have shared images of the assault to members of two WhatsApp groups.
Prosecutors had sought six-year jail terms for the four, who had all pleaded not guilty.
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