La revista satírica El Jueves, secuestrada por orden judicial por presuntas “injurias” a la Casa Real, salta a la prensa internacional, se subasta ya en Internet, e incluso se distribuye por Second Life.

Era de esperar que sucediera. La casa de subastas online “Ebay” tiene varios anuncios en los que se subasta la publicación con precios de salida de entre 2,50 euros y pujas que han alcanzado los 2500 euros. Pero no es el único lugar donde se ofrece el polémico ejemplar.

Cientos de blogs recogen la información y la mayor parte de ellos reproducen su portada. Incluso en Second Life, el mundo virtual de Linden Lab,   que ya habitan más de ocho millones de avatares, la portada se difunde en forma de camiseta y cartel para locales.

  

Spanish mag in trouble over cartoon
Economic Times, India - Jul 21, 2007
MADRID: A Spanish court on Friday ordered the seizure of all copies of a weekly satirical magazine which printed a caricature on its cover depicting crown
Spain Magazine Pulled For Royal Cartoon
Guardian Unlimited, UK - Jul 20, 2007
From AP By MAR ROMAN AP Writer MADRID, Spain (AP) – A judge ordered copies of a satirical magazine confiscated Friday for publishing a front-cover cartoon Police raid over sex cartoon of Spanish prince
Guardian Unlimited, UK - Jul 20, 2007
Spanish police were ordered to raid newsagents across the country yesterday to remove copies of a satirical magazine deemed to have offended the country’s
Spanish mag banned for royal insult
The Australian, Australia - Jul 20, 2007
A SPANISH satirical magazine will be removed from newspaper stands for insulting the royal family after it depicted the heir to the throne having sex on its
Spanish cartoon prompts legal ban
MWC News, Canada - Jul 21, 2007
By Agencies A Spanish satirical magazine has been ordered off newsstands because the cover of its latest edition featured a cartoon depicting the heir to
Spain magazine pulled for royal cartoon
Jordan Falls News, IA - Jul 20, 2007
By MAR ROMAN, AP Writer 20 minutes ago MADRID, Spain – A judge ordered copies of a satirical magazine confiscated Friday for publishing a front-cover
Spanish satire mag savaged over royal sex cartoon
Register, UK - 22 hours ago
By Lester Haines ?? More by this author A Spanish judge last Friday ordered the confiscation of all copies of satirical magazine El Jueves whose front cover
Spain in uproar after royal sex cartoon banned
New Zealand Herald, New Zealand - Jul 21, 2007
Crown Prince Felipe and his wife Princess Letizia pose with their daughter Infanta Sofia in January. Photo / Reuters MADRID – Spanish media poured scorn at
Spain in uproar after royal sex cartoon banned
Reuters South Africa, South Africa - Jul 21, 2007
By Jane Barrett MADRID (Reuters) – Spanish media on Saturday poured scorn at a judge’s decision to pull a satirical magazine that published a cartoon of the
Cartoonist draws wrath of royalty
Times Online, UK - Jul 20, 2007
A Spanish cartoonist faces a possible jail term for insulting the Crown Prince in a graphic drawing that has shattered one of the country??s greatest taboos.
Spanish royal sex cartoon banned
BBC News, UK - Jul 20, 2007
Spain’s High Court has ordered the seizure of all copies of a magazine that carried a cartoon of Crown Prince Felipe and his wife having sex.
Spanish Judge orders magazine depicting royal sex confiscated
International Herald Tribune, France - Jul 20, 2007
AP MADRID, Spain: A Spanish judge on Friday ordered police to confiscate copies of a satirical magazine that depicted Crown Prince Felipe in an intimate
Spain in uproar
The News – International, Pakistan - Jul 21, 2007
MADRID: Spanish media on Saturday poured scorn at a judge??s decision to pull a satirical magazine that published a cartoon of the heir to the throne having
Magazine depicting Spanish Prince and Princess in bedroom scene
Mainichi Daily News, Japan - Jul 21, 2007
MADRID, Spain — A Spanish judge on Friday ordered police to confiscate copies of a satirical magazine fronted by a cartoon that depicted Crown Prince
Rude Cartoon Riles Royal Family of Spain
ToTheCenter.com, NY - Jul 20, 2007
Spain??s royal family doesn??t take kindly to being made the butt of a joke. So much so, in fact, that issues of a Spanish magazine were actually confiscated
Spanish judge confiscates satire magazine
TheCelebrityCafe.com, NY - Jul 20, 2007
A judge in Spain’s national court ordered the seizure of the satire magazine “El Jueves” for alleged injuries to the heir of the Spanish throne Friday.
Spanish Court Nixes Naughty Cartoon
Truthdig, United States - Jul 20, 2007
Someone page Larry Flynt, stat! A Spanish high court judge has ordered an official recall of all copies of the satire magazine El Jueves that featured a
Irreverent royal cartoon sparks seizure of ‘El Jueves’
Think Spain, Spain - Jul 20, 2007
High Court judge Juan del Olmo has ordered for all copies of the satirical weekly magazine ‘El Jueves’ to be removed from sale after an “irreverent” cartoon
Satirical magazine withdrawn for cartoon about Royals
Expatica Spain, Spain - Jul 20, 2007
MADRID – A judge ordered the withdrawal of the satirical magazine ‘El Jueves’ for sexually explicit cartoons depicting the heir to the throne and Princess
National Court Judge orders satirical magazine to be removed from sale
Typically Spanish, Spain - Jul 20, 2007
By hb – Jul 20, 2007 – 4:03 PM National Court Judge, Luis Del Olmo, on Friday ordered the withdraw of all copies of the Spanish satirical magazine,
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