19 September 2018

Ramírez Sunyer admits that in 2017 he conducted investigations into the referendum after the High Court of Justice of Catalonia had previously denied it


The judge at Examining Magistrate’s Court no. 13 of Barcelona, Juan Antonio Ramírez Sunyer, finally admits that in July 2017 he was investigating the organisation of the 1 October referendum even though he had then denied the presence of the CUP in the case alleging that it was not investigating the referendum. In July, the Provincial Court of Barcelona had required Ramírez Sunyer himself to confirm whether the action by the Civil Guard on those dates had been ordered by him, since otherwise, the Civil Guard officers may have committed a crime of document forgery. The Drets lawyers collective, which had initiated the complaint against the City Police for document falsification, announces that it is considering taking legal action against the judge.

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