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>> The five men detained on suspicion of gang raping a woman during a bull running festival in Spain have been freed on bail. The assault took place in 2016, and the men joked about it afterwards on their WhatsApp group, which they called The Wolf Pack. In April, a court cleared them of rape and instead convicted them of the lesser crime of sexual abuse.
The men are still appealing that verdict. Now they're free to go on condition they pay 6,000 euros in bail each. The case has provoked mass protests across Spain. It followed concern over rising numbers of reported sex attacks in the country. Thousands took to the streets after the verdict was announced.
And this week, more demonstrations took place in Pamplona, the scene of the incident. The decision to free the men, who include a former policeman and a former soldier, was based on a legal technicality. Under Spanish law, people cannot usually be held for more than two years without a definitive sentence being handed down.