Raping gang & # 39; Wolf Pack & # 39; accused of sexual assault weeks before their notorious sex attack in Pamplona

Raping gang & # 39; Wolf Pack & # 39; is accused of groping an unconscious woman in the back of their car for their notorious sex attack in Pamplona

  • Four members of & # 39; La Manada & # 39; stand trial this week in Cordoba
  • Claimed to have touched a 21-year-old unconscious woman and filmed it on their phone
  • The four, together with a fifth man, were imprisoned for 15 years earlier this year
  • They raped an 18-year-old woman at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona in 2016
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Four members of a rape gang who & # 39; The Wolf Pack & # 39; who have been in prison for 15 years have been accused of another sexual assault.

The men, along with a fifth member of & # 39; La Manada & # 39;, were imprisoned earlier this year for raping an 18-year-old at the famous San Fermin Bull Racing Festival in Pamplona in 2016.

The case led to public outrage for the lesser punishments of sexual violence pronounced by magistrates before the Spanish Supreme Court intervened to imprison them every 15 years.

Alfonso Jesús Cabezuelo, Jesús Escudero, Antonio Manuel Guerrero and José Ángel Prenda have now sexually abused a 21-year-old woman in Cordoba, just a few weeks before the crime of Pamplona.

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From left in front row: Alfonso Jesús Cabezuelo, Jesús Escudero, Antonio Manuel Guerrero and José Ángel Prenda appear before judges during the first session of their trial at the court in Cordoba on Tuesday

From left in front row: Alfonso Jesús Cabezuelo, Jesús Escudero, Antonio Manuel Guerrero and José Ángel Prenda appear before judges during the first session of their trial at the court in Cordoba on Tuesday

The five members of La Manada in red scarves and white shirts that are traditionally worn on running the bull festival in Pamplona

The five members of La Manada in red scarves and white shirts that are traditionally worn on running the bull festival in Pamplona

The five members of La Manada in red scarves and white shirts that are traditionally worn on running the bull festival in Pamplona

The Wolfpack: Jesús Cabezuelo, Jesús Escudero, Antonio Manuel Guerrero and José Ángel Prenda allegedly sexually abused a 21-year-old woman in Cordoba, just a few weeks before the crime of Pamplona.

The Wolfpack: Jesús Cabezuelo, Jesús Escudero, Antonio Manuel Guerrero and José Ángel Prenda allegedly sexually abused a 21-year-old woman in Cordoba, just a few weeks before the crime of Pamplona.

The Wolfpack: José Ángel Prenda, Alfonso Jesús Cabezuelo, Jesús Escudero, Angel Boza and Antonio Manuel Guerrero were imprisoned 15 years earlier this year for the rape of an 18-year-old woman at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona in May 2016

Prosecutors, who opened the case on Monday, said the alleged victim got into the car with the four men in the early hours of May 1, 2016.

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She had met them at a nightclub during the annual fair in Torrecampo, Cordoba province.

The young woman fell unconscious, the court heard El Pais, and on the way to her house they all began to touch her breasts and Cabezuelo kissed her too.

The alleged abuse was registered on phones by two of the defendants and spread in chat groups.

Jose Angel Prenda (left) and Alfonso Jeses Cabezuelo (right), two of the four defendants known as & # 39; La Manada & # 39; (The Wolfpack), talk as they appear before the judges during the first session of their trial at the court in Cordoba

Jose Angel Prenda (left) and Alfonso Jeses Cabezuelo (right), two of the four defendants known as & # 39; La Manada & # 39; (The Wolfpack), talk as they appear before the judges during the first session of their trial at the court in Cordoba

Jose Angel Prenda (left) and Alfonso Jeses Cabezuelo (right), two of the four defendants known as & # 39; La Manada & # 39; (The Wolfpack), talk as they appear before the judges during the first session of their trial at the court in Cordoba

Jesus Escudero (center), one of the four defendants, known as & # 39; La Manada & # 39 ;, today raises his hand to his face at the court
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Jesus Escudero (center), one of the four defendants, known as & # 39; La Manada & # 39 ;, today raises his hand to his face at the court

Jesus Escudero (center), one of the four defendants, known as & # 39; La Manada & # 39 ;, today raises his hand to his face at the court

The woman allegedly woke up completely naked in the back of the car, torn holes in her clothes and bruises on her legs.

The alleged victim is expected to testify behind a screen tomorrow. She claims she doesn't remember anything about the incident, so researchers suspected she was stunned.

Cabezuelo, a former soldier, is further accused of mistreatment for allegedly beating the woman when she refused to commit a sexual act.

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Protesters gathered in front of the court in Cordoba on Monday to support the alleged victim.

People demonstrate in front of the Justice City of Cordoba in support of an alleged victim of sexual harassment by the so-called & # 39; La Manada & # 39;

People demonstrate in front of the Justice City of Cordoba in support of an alleged victim of sexual harassment by the so-called & # 39; La Manada & # 39;

People demonstrate in front of the Justice City of Cordoba in support of an alleged victim of sexual harassment by the so-called & # 39; La Manada & # 39;

People demonstrate in front of the Justice City of Cordoba in support of an alleged victim of sexual harassment by the so-called & # 39; La Manada & # 39; (The Wolfpack) on the second day of their trial, in Cordoba, Spain

People demonstrate in front of the Justice City of Cordoba in support of an alleged victim of sexual harassment by the so-called & # 39; La Manada & # 39; (The Wolfpack) on the second day of their trial, in Cordoba, Spain

People demonstrate in front of the Justice City of Cordoba in support of an alleged victim of sexual harassment by the so-called & # 39; La Manada & # 39; (The Wolfpack) on the second day of their trial, in Cordoba, Spain

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The evidence on the smartphones was obtained as a result of investigations in the rape case Pamplona.

At the trial in Pamplona, ​​video from their phones taken on site was used as evidence. They had shared footage shortly after the rape and made jokes about it.

The men did not plead guilty yesterday and exercised their right not to testify.

Angel Boza, the fifth member of La Manada who was imprisoned earlier this year, was not present at the time of the incident, but is being summoned as a witness in the case.

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