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A hundred people gathered in the Catalan town of Banyoles to burn photos of the monarch following a decision by Human Rights court
The Supreme Court is to revisit the preemptive imprisonment of ten pro-independence leaders after taking over the case from the National Court
The only exception will be the trial against the former Catalan police chief Josep Lluís Trapero
Local officials from Reus stand by public statement calling on Spanish police involved in referendum crackdown to leave the city
“Those being investigated are part of a complex organization,” says judge Carmen Lamela
Alleged abuse includes ordering them to strip naked, playing the Spanish anthem on a loop, and handcuffing their hands behind their back