Más Reportajes y Comentarios Sobre el Caso de Baltasar Garzón

Más Reportajes y Comentarios Sobre el Caso de Baltasar Garzón incluyen los siguientes:

“A ‘Torture’ Judge’s Comeuppance: Spain’s Garzón is indicted for judicial overreach,” The Wall Street Journal, April 13, 2010

Miguel-Anxo Murado, “Spanish justice on trial: The case of judge Baltasar Garzón underlines two major problems in Spain: a politicised judiciary and Franco’s legacy,” The Guardian (guardian.co.uk), April 9, 2010

Juan Carlos Algañaraz. “Dura crítica de EE.UU. al proceso contra Garzón: The New York Times tituló ‘La injusticia en España’ por la querella contra el juez,” Clarín, 10 de abril de 1010

“Baltasar Garzón–Judge not: Spain’s most famous magistrate faces trial—and possibly the end of his investigative career,” The Economist on-line, April 8, 2010

Manifiesto de Apoyo al Juez Garzón

Jean-Jacques Bozonnet, “Le juge Garzon devant la justice pour ses investigations sur les crimes franquistes,” Le Monde, le 9 avril 2010

Pablo Varas, “Baltazar Garzón y los crímenes de Franco,” 11 de abril de 2010, GranValpariso.cl

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