Cristina Muñoz Gago Interviu 16 January 2017
Ten years ago the exsoldado Cristina Muñoz Gago battling to prove that her expulsion from the Army was illegal and caused by an incident with two commandos. That the European Court review your case is your last fight. “This war is mine and I will win , “ he warns. Brave and tenacious, ex-soldier Gago says that, despite the vexations suffered, he feels stronger – and sexier than ever. “I do this cover for equality of women in the Army. I want to raise awareness , “ he says.
With a view to 2017, Cristina Muñoz Gago, exsoldado of Infantry, 37 years old from Madrid, mother of a child and today commercial of an insurer, has only one desire: justice. It has a strong voice and resolute look, while pinpoints what has been his life after counting in interviú the ordeal suffered after being expelled in 2013 from the Army. Gago Muñoz always maintained that behind her low in the army is the party -in 2007- put an ensign for denial of assistance during military maneuvers. After that incident, he says, his commanders did not stop harassing her until she got him out. A recent report notes that justice has dismissed 76 percent of the allegations of harassment in the Army. In that sense, the ex-soldier has for years denounced the irregularities of its process. “I do not want money, just check my record , “ he confesses. Their last hope for them to hear it is called Europe. Until then, he says, he will not be free from the oppression he has been feeling for years.