‘Hate crime’ charge against Spanish archbishop dismissed
August 09, 2017
A Spanish court has dismissed a complaint against Archbishop Francisco Javier Martinez of Granada, who had been accused of “hate crime” after he delivered a sermon against gender theory.
A local prosecutor said that he did not find reason to prosecute the archbishop, turning down a complaint by gender activists that the prelate had “promoted hate” in his homily.
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