Former Spanish soccer players sentenced to prison for raping teenager

FILE PHOTO: A protester holds a sign during a demonstration against the release on bail of five men known as the "Wolf Pack" cleared of gang rape of a teenager and convicted of a lesser crime of sexual abuse in Seville, Spain, June 22, 2018. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo

MADRID (Reuters) – Three former Spanish soccer players were each sentenced on Thursday to 38 years in prison for gang raping a minor in 2017, the latest high-profile sexual violence case in Spain. The three men, who at the time played for fourth division club Arandina FC, knew the victim was underage when they raped […]

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