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A well-known Spanish actor and activist will answer to accusations that he insulted God and the Virgin Mary in a profanity-laced Facebook from more than a year ago, a judge decided this week.
It’s the latest high-profile case in Spain to raise freedom of speech fears in the Iberian county.
The article goes on to state the following:
The accusations against Willy Toledo, a film and television actor from Madrid, stem from a Facebook post he shared on July 5, 2017, in which he criticized the prosecution of three women who had paraded around the southern city of Seville holding a large model of female genitalia, El Pais reported.
In his post, 48-year-old Toledo said: “I sh** on God and have enough sh** left over to sh** on the dogma of the holiness and virginity of the Virgin Mary. This county is unbearably shameful. I’m disgusted. Go f*** yourselves. Long like the Insubordinate P****.”
— Melissa Pedersen (@MelissaPederse) September 30, 2018
— Kemal Cufoglu (@kcufoglu) September 28, 2018
Actor and activist Willy Toledo is now officially on trial for ‘blasphemy’ in Spain. The judge today pressed ahead with the case, brought against Toledo by a Christian legal association for comments he made on Facebook defending a feminist protest march. 🤬https://t.co/QnZTKxYXfm
— IHEU (@IHEU) September 26, 2018
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