Hasél appears to testify before the investigating magistrate of the National High Court, José de la Mata, as being investigated for the alleged crime of slandering the monarchy for his song ‘Juan Carlos el Bobón’, in which he describes the monarch as ‘drunk’ and ‘wasting the money on revelries,’ as well as saying that the country ‘wants the guillotine for Infanta Cristina.’ This last case is included in the case of the 64 tweets in which he supported members of GRAPO. Hasél is released without precautionary measures.
9 February 2017
24 January 2017
23 January 2017
The singer Pablo Hasél appears to testify before the National High Court
4 January 2017
27 December 2016
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