A rude interruption in San Vicente

A rude interruption in San Vicente
GENDER VIOLENCE: A poster advertising the talk Photo credit: San Vicente town hall

A ZOOM gender violence discussion in San Vicente was hacked by cyber-thugs who threatened participants.

The Town Hall’s Equality department initiative was held online owing to Covid restrictions, and participants’ screens were suddenly filled with Nazi symbols and messages ranging from “You’re all going to die” to “Get back in the kitchen.”

The interruption was at first believed to be a technical hitch but is now being investigated by the Guardia Civil.

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