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Catalan Trial

Prosecuted leaders in the dock on April 10 2019 (Supreme Court video streaming)

15 April 2019 10:53 AM

Catalan trial enters week 10 with testimony from senior Guardia Civil officer

Police official talks about reports from referendum investigation, with 60 members of Spanish National police to follow

'[Citizens] raffled ballot boxes,' says Spanish police officer

11 April 2019 10:26 AM

Police officers take the stand in independence trial

Follow live the testimonies of law enforcement officers who took part in the operation to stop the referendum

Pro-independence leaders sit in the dock in Spain's Supreme Court (by EFE)

11 April 2019 10:21 AM

Pro-independence candidates to remain in jail during election campaign, rules Spanish court

Supreme Court denies six Catalan politicians permission to leave prison

Day 29 of Catalan Trial, more testimonies of voter 'violence'

Day 29 of Catalan Trial, more testimonies of voter 'violence'

Day 29 of the Catalan Trial saw more Spanish police testimonies about violence from citizens on referendum day - on a day when various decisions regarding the prosecuted leaders are up in the air.

Spanish National Police officer says he say Catalan police use a Catalan government car during referendum day operations

10 April 2019 12:33 PM

Spanish police testify of 'voter violence'

One Spanish officer claims the Catalan police used a government car in operations on the day of the vote

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’
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