released the leader of the Miguelianos after almost four years of provisional detention pending sentence
The prosecutor asks for 66 years in prison for the leader of the Miguelianos by 21 crimes
The leader and founder of the Order and Mandate of San Miguel Archangel, known as 'Miguelianos', Feliciano Miguel Rosendo, who is on provisional liberty awaiting sentencing, after four years of preventive imprisonment accused of sexual abuse of consecrated women of the Order, has insured that did not commit "abuse of any kind, either sexual or mental," and his lawyer expects that the sentence be "consistent with the evidence," and "favorable" to his client.
"I did Not and I will not have abuse of any kind, either sexual or mental, to eat the head or say, 'if you sales of this work will happen bad things', is silly," he underlined Miguel Rosendo Friday, 14 December, at a press conference in Madrid.
For its part, the attorney Rosendo, Marcos García-Montes, has been convinced that the judgment will be known in a few weeks and is confident that this is "more than favorable, congruent to the evidence" during the trial.
"we Hope that justice is done. We don't want revenge but neither can we look to the other side and in the trial have been given versions of the surrealists," said the lawyer.
Rosendo came out on parole on the 5th of December, waiting for the Provincial court of Pontevedra of sentencing. During the last four years he has been in remand prison, a time in which ensures that it has gone through times of "very bad".
The Prosecutor asks for 66 years in prison to Miguel Rosendo for an offence of illicit association, 12 against the moral integrity, five of duress and three against the sexual freedom --one of sexual assault continued, and two of continuous sexual abuse--. For its part, the claimant requested a total of 82 years in prison for the leader of the 'Miguelianos'.
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