Sandro Rosell was the protagonist in an interview with Jordi Sabat, ALS patient. In it, the former president of Barcelona once again made it clear that his entry into prison “was a persecution of the sewers of the State” and that it was an injustice.
“The experience is bad and even more so when they deprive you of freedom and you know that it is unfair, that it is a persecution of the sewers of the State. It is terrible that some have agreed to make a montage to lock up innocent people, that this happen in a democratic country is terrible … “
Something positive about being in prison?
“Once the experience is bad, you can always get something good. There I discovered a spiritual part of me and I met wonderful people. In Soto del Real I met Father Paulino, who is an incredible person. I drew conclusions that will help me the rest of my life”.
“How is this program? … Pass word”.
“My uncle suffered it and we lived with ALS for a long time. From our family, we are part of a foundation for its investigation.”