Thousands of protesters took the streets of Pamplona on Saturday to demonstrate against the verdict in the ‘wolf gang’ case in which five men were accused of the gang rape of a woman during the San Fermin festival in 2016. Protests have been raging throughout Spain since Thursday after the men were convicted of sexual abuse instead of the more severe charge of rape. They were sentenced to nine... Еще years in jail. “Today the feminist movements of Iruna [Pamplona] and Euskal Herria [Basque Country] to denounce the ‘wolf pack’ case, but not only the sentence that we lived in this city, but also to say that we shouldn’t only focus in this case, since women suffer this violence every day since ever”, said Feminist Movement of Pamplona spokesperson Uxue Alvarez. The men were accused of the gang rape of an 18-year-old woman during the San Fermin 'running of the bulls' festival on July 7, 2016.