Some members of the assembly of the CUP in Granollers denounce that the Mossos d’Esquadra have included them in a report describing them as being present at the roadblock of the C-17 in Ametlla del Vallès, in the context of the protests that followed the sentence of the 1 October referendum on 17 October 2019. The members of the assembly did not participate in the roadblock nor were they identified that day. The Mossos d’Esquadra report identifies them by their license plates and faces using the internet, and by a sweatshirt they were allegedly wearing. According to the Mossos, they were gaving instructions to the people on the first line of the barricade and threw stones at the police. However, when ratifying the statement before the judge, the police expressed doubts about the identifications, saying that they did not see the identified parties commit any aggressive actions. They also acknowledge that the officers in the area were talking on their mobile phones and not recording images.
24 May 2022
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The Mossos d’Esquadra include some members of the CUP assembly in Granollers in a report about the post-sentence protests despite the members not having taken part in them
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