Spain divided over corruption charge against judge who arrested Pinochet
Global human rights activists ask the same question. "Garzón has made many enemies because he is a judge who causes problems," said Reed Brody, of Human Rights Watch. "But we need judges who cause problems, not ones who are subservient to power."
Sadly not possible for a nation with a constitution primarily designed by Francoists that still seems to have the ability to bite.