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Called to testify in the upcoming independence trial, Ana Gomes backs Raül Romeva and criticizes Supreme Court for not allowing international observers
Officials report "humiliations" during their transfer to Madrid and "extreme conditions" in their new cells
Sànchez says prosecutor will have to back claims with "facts," while Romeva says it is a chance to speak "directly" to people in Spain
Official in pre-trial prison believes pro-independence leaders won't be freed because they "make a lot of noise"
Seven keys for their defense include lack of violence, no public money spent on referendum, legality of independence vote and "violation of rights" by Spain
Former vice president says he expects he will "probably" be sentenced to prison, but that won't make him give up on independence
Raül Romeva reaffirms his commitment to independence in interviews this week with US newspaper and Catalan television
Ana Gomes claims "liberation" of jailed leaders should be a "priority"
Six cabinet members arrive in centers of central and northern Catalonia