Daniel Galvan, convicted paedophile was previously working with the Guardia Civil

Daniel Galvan.

The convicted paedophile Daniel Galvan who was accidently given the Royal pardon by the King of Morocco, worked as a translator for the Guardia Civil in Torrevieja for four months in 2004 it has been reported.

Due to his ability to translate English, French and Arabic, between the dates of July 25 2004 and December 25 2004, he was hired according to the Interior Ministry although he only completed four months in that time.

Daniel Galvan was arrested in Murcia on August 5 after the Royal pardon was revoked. This was due to the enormous amounts of protests from the Moroccan people that gathered in the streets. Galvan had only completed 18 months of his 30 year sentence of sexual abuse to four to 15-year-old children which was what caused the outrage. 

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