Josep María Fuster Fabra considers himself “committed to the fight against independence,” and this was shown in a demonstration at the Congress of Deputies organized by the Popular Party last week under the title ‘Front with Amnesty: equality, freedom, and dignity’. Fuster Fabra is a lawyer and knows very well the damage caused by the independence movement because he dedicated a good part of his career to the defense of the police and civil guards of the Basque Country when the ETA was still active.
During his presentation, the lawyer presented several arguments to defend the unconstitutionality of the Amnesty Law that the Government of Pedro Sánchez agreed with the independentists of the Junts led by Carles Puigdemont from Brussels. As a judge, Fabra considered that what was approved was not an amnesty law but a false amnesty law.
“This is a general pardon law masquerading as an amnesty law. Because if it were an amnesty law, the crimes that were condoned would have disappeared from the Penal Code, so that we can understand them because they are considered not criminal acts. And in the Penal Code, embezzlement continues to exist, the crime of public disorder continues to exist, etc.,” explained the jury of the Constitutional Chamber of the Congress of Deputies.
In addition, during the day, he highlighted the often reported fact that the independence movement often targets judges, lawyers, and institutions, among others, who are against amnesty and other demands of independence supporters. “They are going to call me to parliamentary committees,” Fabra defended, referring to his consistent fight against the freedom movement. I will play whatever they want. Because? They will look for anything, because while I took my nose in the Democratic Tsunami, I took my nose in CDR, and I took my nose in Operation Judas. “They will call me,” the lawyer was convinced.
Josep María Fuster will not stop fighting against the independence movement and its ambitions, even if he has to put money in his pocket. “I have many, many friends who are pro-independence, but I always tell them the same thing: forgive me if I risk my life accusing the members of ETA for an autonomous community in a part of Spain that is not me; for me, I will go. to risk it.” “You can all keep your good advice in your pocket,” Fuster concluded.