If she was acquitted because, being guilty, she had a good lawyer, because the prosecutor was not that good, because the RF pulled some strings in a dark alley in order that s..t wouldn't hit the royal fan, or just because she was innocent, the question remains - she was not condemned.
If the man on the street chooses to think otherwise, that's his problem.
Legal causes are fought in the courts, not in the streets.
It appears one wants her to be condemned no matter what, if not on a penal sentence, at least on moral basis.
Her father's behaviour on the last years of his reign were far from being morally accepted, and he maintained all his regal prerrogatives.
: You are right. She is not criminally (penally
: as we say in Spanish) guilty, which I agree
: with, but she is morally guilty. Her
: behaviour has not been "exemplary So,
: reintegrating her to the normality of the
: royal family is out of question.
: Even if she has been acquitted, many still
: demand her renouncing to her dynastic
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: I think there is a bigger issue there. Just
: because there wasn't enough evidence to find
: her guilty, doesn't mean that she is
: innocent. This sentiment is also shared by a
: large % of Spanish citizens. King Felipe and
: King Juan Carlos should keep being prudent
: in their public relationship with her. My
: opinion, of course
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