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Catalan Trial

Juan Carlos Molinero says Puigdemont would have declared independence in event of an 'extreme situation'

Juan Carlos Molinero says Puigdemont would have declared independence in event of an 'extreme situation'

Juan Carlos Molinero, a former deputy to the head of the Catalan police, testifies in the Catalan Trial day 27.

Guardia Civil officer accuses Catalan voters of violence

Guardia Civil officer accuses Catalan voters of violence

An anonymous Spanish Guardia Civil police officer spoke of the violence that he experienced in the referendum day operations in today's sessions in the Catalan Trial.

Juan Carlos Molinero says Puigdemont would have declared independence in event of an 'extreme situation'

04 April 2019 12:17 PM

Catalan ex-deputy police chief dismisses follow-up of Spanish officers as ‘totally false’

Juan Carlos Molinero tells Supreme Court that Spanish police head "never objected" to Mossos d'Esquadra plans for October 1 referendum

Guardia Civil officer accuses Catalan voters of violence

04 April 2019 12:08 PM

Spanish police officers testify in the independence trial

Agents recall as witnesses their experience during the October 1 referendum

Prosecuted Catalan leaders, many incarcerated, at the beginning of the Catalan Trial on February 12 2019 (by EFE)

04 April 2019 11:30 AM

Most jailed leaders running in campaign request freedom

Defense for Sànchez, Turull, Rull, Junqueras, and Romeva put forth petition, while that for Forn is to study this option
Former deputy chief of the Catalan police, Juan Carlos Molinero, speaks as a witness in the Catalan trial (by EFE)

04 April 2019 10:30 AM

Catalan ex-deputy police chief testifies in independence trial

Follow live the testimony of Juan Carlos Molinero in Spain’s Supreme Court 

Sant Cebrià de Vallalta in the spotlight in the Catalan Trial

03 April 2019 07:01 PM

Spanish police officers report getting 'kicked and punched' by referendum voters

One agent claims one individual attempted to steal his gun

Sant Cebrià de Vallalta in the spotlight in the Catalan Trial

Sant Cebrià de Vallalta in the spotlight in the Catalan Trial

Images of referendum day, October 1, 2017, in Sant Cebrià de Vallalta.

Ferran López says the Catalan police informed the government there would be 'incidents'

Ferran López says the Catalan police informed the government there would be 'incidents'

Ferran López, the former second-in-command of the Catalan police, testified today in the Catalan trial.
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