“Moroccan children don’t cost much, everything can be bought with money:” Spanish pedophile

By Youssef Sourgo

Morocco World News

Casablanca, August 5, 2013

New facets about the affair of pedophile Daniel Galvan continue to be unveiled. The notorious Spanish criminal of Iraqi origins, who was granted a controversial royal pardon that ignited an unprecedented controversy in the kingdom, continues to shock Moroccans as new facts about his crimes, trial and identity are made public.

Spanish newspaper El Pais published on Monday controversial excerpts from Daniel Galvan’s trial in Kenitra, 2011.

Based on these excerpts, during his trial in 2011, Daniel Galvan stated openly before the judge that “in Morocco, everything can be bought with money.”

Asked by the judge on the reasons behind his coming to Morocco and his sexual exploitation of its children, Galvan responded, “Because children in Morocco do not cost much, and you can buy anything with money.”

According to the same source, Galvan’s statements in the court enraged attendants during his trial in Kenitra.

The notorious child molester is believed to have served for the Spanish intelligence in Iraq, where he contributed to the downfall of President Sadam Hessein’s regime.

Daniel Galvan has recently been arrested by Spanish authorities in Murcia in southeastern Spain, less than 24 hours after King Mohammed VI revoked the royal pardon he granted him.

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