The Prosecutor's Office of Córdoba has requested seven years in prison for four of the members of La Manada in the trial for the abuses in Pozoblanco in 2016. In the brief of provisional qualification that has presented requests three years in prison for a crime of sexual abuse, four years more for another crime against privacy and for one of them, the last driver (the military Alfonso Jesús Cabezuelo), a fine of twelve euros a day for two months for causing minor injuries.
In addition, for the victim, the Ministry requests civil liability joint and several compensation that the defendants must pay 4,500 euros for his cure and 6,000 more for the moral damages caused, as reported by the High Prosecutor of Andalusia.
Two months before Sexual abuse of an 18-year-old girl in San Fermín in 2016, for those who have been sentenced to nine years in prison, four of the five members of La Manada -except Angel Boza-, were at the festivities of Torrecampo in Cordoba. There, on May 1 of that year, José Ángel Prenda, Antonio Manuel Guerrero, Alfonso Jesús Cabezuelo and Jesús Escudero abused a 21-year-old girl in the car of the Civil Guard Guerrero, on the way from Torrecampo to Pozoblanco, where they all went after a night of partying. In addition, they recorded with the agent's mobile and passed the videos to different WhatsApp groups: they spoke of her as "the sleeping beauty".
According to the car, last September, when they were prosecuted, the harassment did not end there. When they reached Pozoblanco, Cabezuelo and the victim moved to the front seats and Prenda, Escudero and Guerrero got out of the vehicle. The soldier asked him to fellate him and, given the girl's refusal, he slapped her in the face, another in the arm, threw her out of the car and called her "bitch". The woman, who did not remember that night, knew that those four men had abused her when the Navarre Police showed her the videos, after reviewing the motives of the accused in the investigation of the abuses in Pamplona.