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The "narcissistic disorder" that helps Little Nicholas

2021-07-22T03:23:56.662Z

The defense will use the ruling of the 'Ribadeo case', which recognizes for the first time as mitigating a mental alteration of the young man, in the causes that are pending



Francisco Nicolás Gómez Iglesias (second from the right), known as 'El Pequeno Nicolás', in a concert at the Madrid Hippodrome this July.

Francisco Nicolás Gómez Iglesias has spent years trying to get a court to consider him "upset."

"I have been in psychiatric treatment for quite a while," said this 27-year-old with a "good face" —Esperanza Aguirre (PP)

dixit

-, popularly known as

Little Nicolás

, during the trial that put him on the bench last May for posing as the King's emissary on a trip to Ribadeo (Lugo) in 2014. Now, two months after that statement and after alleging the same thing in two other oral hearings, the Provincial Court of Madrid has admitted his request and, in the same sentence that condemns him this week to three years in prison for usurpation of public functions and bribery, applies the mitigating factor of "mental disorder".

A decision that reduces the penalties imposed and that opens a new scenario for its defense, which will use this ruling in the rest of the cases that are pending.

After evaluating the medical reports presented during the oral hearing, the court that judged the

Ribadeo case

concluded that Gómez Iglesias "suffers from a personality disorder with narcissistic characteristics and immature features, as well as an adaptive disorder with anxiety-depressive symptoms."

According to the judges, who lowered the request for seven years in prison from the Prosecutor's Office, this situation "conditions" his "perception of reality", but not enough to exempt him from all criminal responsibility, as Little Nicolás already claimed in two other previous cases opened against him.

"The limitation of the faculties suffered, and that would affect the evaluative intellectual factor [...], would not go beyond slight", points out Section 17 of the Provincial Court of Madrid in its resolution last Monday, against which it is possible resource.

Extenuating

Juan Carlos Navarro, the young man's lawyer in several of his cases, highlights the importance of this last sentence for the defense. As anticipated by the lawyer, he now plans to use the mitigating effect appreciated by the court in the two oral hearings that still have to be held against Little Nicolás: for the alleged fraud of a businessman from Toledo posing as a government advisor and for obtaining police data and from the Madrid City Council in exchange for favors, where the Prosecutor's Office asks that a total of 15 years and nine months in prison be imposed on him.

Although the battle of the defense will not stop there. The lawyer also stresses that he will report the ruling of the

Ribadeo case

to the Supreme Court, which must be pronounced in the future on the appeal of Gómez Iglesias against the sentence handed down in June that sentenced him to one year and nine months in prison for falsifying his ID to a friend to appear on his behalf to the Selectivity exam. The idea of ​​his lawyers is that, again, the extenuating psychic alteration is applied to him and thus it is possible to reduce the sentence imposed.

In the

DNI case

, Section 7 of the Provincial Court of Madrid did not enter into assessing the alleged mental disorders of Little Nicolás, despite the fact that his lawyer alleged them as defense during his final presentation of the trial, because during the oral hearing “it was not he practiced any evidence related to those facts ":" The lack of submission to the rules of immediacy and contradiction, prevent us from considering it, "explained the magistrates.

It was not the first time that a court tiptoed over this issue. Just before the trial held against the young man in 2018 for insults and slander to the National Intelligence Center (CNI), where he was finally acquitted, his defense presented the report in which he alleged "a megalomaniac disorder" to try to prove that he is unimpeachable. Then, the Criminal Court 16 of Madrid did not go into the merits of the matter either, since it ignored the accusations against the young man by ruling out that the CNI is among the taxpayers who may be victims of the crimes attributed to him.

Source: elparis

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