12 April 2018

The National High Court bans Tamara Carrasco from leaving her town


The National High Court examining magistrate charges Tamara Carrasco ‘only’ with a crime of public disturbance and releases her, although she is banned from leaving her town (Viladecans), and is ordered to appear weekly in guard court. This cancels her indictment for rebellion and terrorism and preventive detention requested by the Prosecutor’s Office. The Prosecutor’s Office appeals the judge’s decision before the National High Court’s Criminal Chamber. On 4 June, the National High Court’s Criminal Chamber will confirm the decision by the examining magistrate and the precautionary measures taken.

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