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Catalan Trial day 15 - Prosecutors try to prove misuse of public funds, while graphic design employees deny being paid with public money

Catalan Trial day 15 - Prosecutors try to prove misuse of public funds, while graphic design employees deny being paid with public money

We were expecting two significant testimonies from Spanish Guardia Civil police officers, but in the end, we only heard testimony from some graphic design employees, and a man thought to be an intermediary between the Catalan Government and printing companies.

Catala Trial day 15 - Graphic designers say they weren't paid with public funds

Catala Trial day 15 - Graphic designers say they weren't paid with public funds

In today's Catalan trial, employees of a graphic design and printing company denied that they were paid with public funds.

Graphic designer denies having invoiced referendum-related work

12 March 2019 05:42 PM

Day 15 witnesses deny getting payment for referendum-related work

Printing firm employees tell court they had no knowledge of who ordered material for the vote and that no money changed hands

Designer Enric Vidal testifies in the Catalan trial

12 March 2019 12:08 PM

Staff from businesses hired for referendum material testify

Employee from graphic design company denies knowing who ordered the material produced by the firm and says no money changed hands

Catalan Trial Day 15: Prosecution aiming to prove misuse of public funds as businesspeople testify

Catalan Trial Day 15: Prosecution aiming to prove misuse of public funds as businesspeople testify

Today we were expecting to hear two key testimonies from two Spanish Guardia Civil police officers, but their time to speak has been postponed until next week.

Catalan Trial day 14: Ex Catalan police official amends testimony to say police didn't expect violence on referendum day

Catalan Trial day 14: Ex Catalan police official amends testimony to say police didn't expect violence on referendum day

Manuel Castellví and Emili Quevedo, two ex Catalan police officials, gave testimony today, as well as some employees from Unipost, a postal service company believed to have been hired by the Catalan government to distribute referendum material.
Image of Albert Planas, one employee of Unipost postal service, testifying in the Supreme Court

11 March 2019 08:36 PM

'We didn’t know they were letters for the referendum,' say postal service employees

Former Unipost managers deny knowledge of Catalan government's order to distribute material for the 2017 vote

Francisco Juan Fuentes, former employee for Unipost firm, testifying in Supreme Court

11 March 2019 04:31 PM

Employees of postal services linked with referendum testify in trial

Testimonies come after two former Catalan police officials also take stand as witnesses

Former Catalan police chief Josep Lluís Trapero (left) arrives in Spain's National Court (by ACN)

11 March 2019 03:13 PM

Independence trial week 5 – Catalan police on the spotlight

Former police chief Trapero and Junqueras’ right-hand man to give their testimonies on Thursday

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