The videos of the Guardia Civil action on 1-O that were not viewed today in the Supreme Court

Today, on Tuesday, among other police witnesses, Guardia Civil officers who acted in Sant Carles de la Ràpita, Vilabella, Mont-roig del Camp and Garrigàs on 1 October have taken the witness stand
The videos of the Guardia Civil action on 1-O that were not viewed today in the Supreme Court

The videos of the Guardia Civil action on 1-O that were not viewed today in the Supreme Court

Today, on Tuesday, among other police witnesses, Guardia Civil officers who acted in Sant Carles de la Ràpita, Vilabella, Mont-roig del Camp and Garrigàs on 1 October have taken the witness stand
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The videos of the Guardia Civil action on 1-O that were not viewed today in the Supreme Court

Moments before the Guardia Civil began its action at Sant Carles de la Ràpita

The ninth week of the Catalan independence trial has begun in the Supreme Court and the tug of war between the defence counsels and the court to display the videos of 1-O and 20-S is constant. Videos were only viewed at the beginning of the trial, but the permissiveness of judge Marchena, the presiding magistrate of the Supreme Court, was short.lived.

The defence counsels of the accused argue that, in order to contradict the witness statements of Guardia Civil and national police officers, it is necessary to display videos of their actions.

Clashes between the defence counsels and Manuel Marchena over the videos

Marchena always answers by saying "you may rest assured that the videos will be viewed, every single one of them", during the documentary evidence phase, just before the closing statements. We are now in the witness stage.

On this day at the beginning of the ninth week of the trial, Guardia Civil officers who acted atSant Carles de la Ràpita, Vilabella, Mont-roig del Camp and Garrigàs on 1 October have taken the witness stand.

Here are the videos of some of the police actions that were carried out on that day and that could have been displayed in the trial in order to attempt to contradict the police witnesses:


Sant Carles de la Ràpita

Over 40 injured in Guardia Civil baton charge:

The Ministry of the Interior disseminated this video to argue that police agents used violence to respond to aggressions:

Singing 'Els segadors' before the police entered the polling station:


Gathered at the entrance of the fair grounds, attempting to prevent access by the police:


Vilabella

Various Guardia Civil actions:

 

 

 

Retreat of the Guardia Civil from Vilabella:

 

Mont-roig del Camp

The Guardia Civil uses tear gas in a college:

Guardia Civil agents withdraw when faced with the peaceful pressure of residents of Mont-roig del Camp:

Garrigàs

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