LaLiga Santander 2022 – 2023
The president of Real Madrid wanted to meet with the Brazilian striker today to convey his full support and that of the club itself.
- From Eto’o to Vinicius: 17 years of racist insults, filed complaints and “consequences”
He real Madrid yesterday I experienced a maelstrom of events: racist insults to Vinicius Juniordefeat in mestalla and victory in the euroleague. Florentino Prezwhich yesterday was in kaunas to witness the third of them, he did not want to let more than a few hours go by to wrap up what he considers one of the key footballers in the current squad of the white team.
The Merengue president has met alone with the Brazilian striker to explain the steps that the club is going to take in his defense. price He has told him what a complaint is like, its content, the process and what body the State Attorney General’s Office is, which is the one who should deal with a topic as serious as racist insults that occur both inside and outside the field of Valencia CF.
In the talk, Florentino has told him that “He has the whole club and himself, by his side”. Part of the match has been published by the club on social networks, in another action of clear support for the Rio de Janeiro striker.
As explained in its statement, the club considers the insults to its player “a hate crime” for which it has filed the corresponding complaint with the aforementioned State Attorney General before the section against hate crimes and discrimination “without prejudice to appearing as a private prosecution in other proceedings that are initiated.” In fact, the Association of Spanish Soccer Players (AFE) and movement against intolerance They have also filed another complaint with the same body.
The act of insulting Vinicius Junior is typified in article 510 of the Penal Code, which refers to “crimes committed on the occasion of the exercise of fundamental rights and public liberties guaranteed by the Constitution.” Penalties may be raised from six months to four years in jail and a fine of six to twelve months.
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