Recounting the case, Catholic News Agency said that Álvarez was sentenced after ‘refusing to get on the plane with 222 other political prisoners the dictatorship was deporting to the United States.’
According to the ruling, the bishop’s alleged crimes were,
‘Undermining national security and sovereignty.
Spreading fake news through information technology.
Obstructing an official in the performance of his duties,
and aggravated disobedience or contempt of authority.’
Authorities also ruled Álvarez’s actions to be a ‘detriment to society’, declaring him a ‘traitor to the country.’
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