Some paint him as a reckless man who boasted about driving his Spanish trains at massive speed, before crashing one, leaving 78 people dead and 178 injured.
Flowers paying tribute to the victims of the train that crashed in Angrois, near Santiago de Compostela, on July 27, 2013. Friends have come to the defence of the train's driver, now accused of homicide in the recent train crash that killed 78 and injured 178 others.
Francisco Jose Garzon Amo's friends and neighbours tell a different story.
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