20 March 2019

Roger Aguayo testifies before a judge


Roger Aguayo, the young man from Calldetenes arrested in the protest blocking the Eix Transversal during the 21 February general strike called by Intersindical-CSC to protest the start of the trial against the leaders of the 1 October referendum, testifies before the Second Examining Magistrate’s Court of Vic for the alleged crimes of attacking authority and public disturbance. In their report, the Mossos d’Esquadra accuse Aguayo of attacking an officer, although they admit that the arrest did not take place at the time of the attack. Aguayo, meanwhile, denies the charges against him. Once the preliminary investigation is closed, the judge will send Aguayo to stand trial before the Provincial Court of Barcelona.

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