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Thousands of people staged a second day of protests in Spain Friday after a court acquitted five men of gang raping an 18-year-old woman at Pamplona's bull-running festival and sentenced them to a lesser offence.The five who called themselves "the pack" were sentenced on Thursday to nine years in jail for sexual abuse, which sparked protests in Barcelona, Madrid and other cities including Seville, the men's hometown.Further demonstrations are planned in the city on Saturday, the Pamplona Woman's Movement said.The five filmed the incident with their smartphones and then bragged about it on a WhatsApp messaging group where they referred to themselves as "La Manada," or "The Pack" in English,.Judges acquitted them of sexual assault, which includes rape, because they ruled there was no "violence or intimidation" in the case.
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