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Catalan Trial day 28 - Spanish police officers tell of needing surgery after attacks from voters

Catalan Trial day 28 - Spanish police officers tell of needing surgery after attacks from voters

More Spanish Guardia Civil officers testified on day 28 of the Catalan Trial, with one telling of needing surgery on his finger after sustaining injuries by voters, and others telling of violence, kicks, and stone-throwing.

Williams qualifies keeping pro-independence leaders in pre-trial jail as 'grotesque abridgement of human rights'

09 April 2019 02:51 PM

‘Grotesque abridgment of human rights’ at Catalan Trial, says Nobel Peace laureate

Winner of the 1997 prize Jody Williams insists that this is a political conflict and accuses Spanish police of lying on the stand

Spanish police officer tells the court in the Catalan Trial he needed surgery on his finger after attack from voters

09 April 2019 12:13 PM

Spanish police officer tells of finger surgery after voter 'attack' in Catalan trial

Supreme Court refers decision of allowing general election debates in prison back to the Electoral Authority
The crowd gathered to protest the police raids at the economy ministry on September 20, 2017

08 April 2019 07:11 PM

Report by two Scotland Yard officials says police raid protests were ‘peaceful’

Accusations of assault on ministry ahead of the 2017 referendum ‘not supported by evidence’
A Spanish police van and some referendum voters on October 1, 2017 in Tarragona (by Roger Segura)

08 April 2019 11:32 AM

33 Spanish police officers to testify in week 9 of Catalan trial

Mossos d'Esquadra regional head and five local Badalona officers also to give testimony in Supreme Court

'I'd be very surprised if there wasn't an application to Strasbourg' - British international observer of the Catalan Trial

'I'd be very surprised if there wasn't an application to Strasbourg' - British international observer of the Catalan Trial

Bill Bowring, a British international observer of the Catalan Trial, offers his thoughts on how the trial is proceeding and potential next steps for the prosecuted.

'It's in everybody's best interest to get to the truth... I have the feeling the prosecutor is more into getting convictions' - Icelandic international observer of the trial

'It's in everybody's best interest to get to the truth... I have the feeling the prosecutor is more into getting convictions' - Icelandic international observer of the trial

Iceland's Katrín Oddsdóttir called the trial "political," while also giving her feeling that the prosecutor is more interested in convictions than finding the truth.

'It's in everybody's best interest to get to the truth... I have the feeling the prosecutor is more into getting convictions' - Icelandic international observer of the trial

05 April 2019 09:36 AM

International observers express concerns over independence trial

Iceland's Katrín Oddsdóttir suggests case in Supreme Court is "political," while Professor Bill Bowring expects conviction followed by Strasbourg appeal

Judge and defenses clash over displaying videos in court: Catalan trial, day 27

Judge and defenses clash over displaying videos in court: Catalan trial, day 27

A deputy Catalan police chief contradicting Spanish law enforcement testimonies on what happened on October 1 referendum, and the judge and defenses clashing again over displaying videos to the court. Our roundup of the events of Day 27 of the Catalan Trial here.
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