The National Police had been following the president of the Vibrant entity Jordi Riba for three years using a tracking device and a SIM card. Riba realised this in 2021 and filed a complaint with the Mossos d’Esquadra, who identified the policemen. The sub-inspector of the National Corps of the National Police testified before the Examining Magistrate’s Court no. 14 of Barcelona and admits to placing the tracking device and to monitoring Riba, despite not having a court order or an open investigation that justified doing so. The judge decrees the suspension of these activities because he understands that there were urgent reasons that justified it and that there was no time to communicate it to the pertinent judicial authority, despite the fact that the follow-up lasted for years.
19 July 2022
19 July 2022
15 July 2022
The follow-up investigation of a pro-independence activist carried out without judicial authorisation is now closed
12 July 2022
The Constitutional Court declares unconstitutional the decisions of the plenary session and the Bureau of Parliament that refused to relieve Puigdemont, Junqueras, Turull, Romeva, Rull and Sànchez of their duties
7 July 2022
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