Spanish pedophile asks judge not to extradite him to Morocco

By Youssef Sourgo

Morocco World News

Casablanca, August 6, 2013

Less than 24 hours after his arrest in Murcia (southeastern Spain), notorious child molester Daniel Galvan stood before the judge in the Spanish National Court in Madrid.

According to Spanish newspaper El Pais, the judge ordered a temporary detention of pedophile criminal Daniel Galvan, given his serious crimes and to avoid that he flees the country if released. During the session, which took place on Tuesday in the Spanish Court in Madrid, the Spanish criminal of Iraqi origins asked the judge not to extradite him to Morocco.

Responding to Galvan’s request, judge Fernando Andreu said that despite having a Spanish nationality, the defendant was born in Iraq, his country of origin, before he acquired Spanish nationality after he married a Spanish woman and divorced from her.

Pedophile criminal Daniel Galvan was arrested on Monday, after King Mohammed VI revoked last Sunday the royal pardon he had granted him, given the unprecedented controversy the children molester’s release stirred in the kingdom.

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