12 June 2020

The Prosecutor’s Office calls for sentences of up to seven years and three months in prison for the Lledoners Nine


The motion is being carried out within the framework of the case opened at the Eighth Examining Magistrate’s Court of Manresa for the alleged crimes of attacking law enforcement officers, public disturbance and damages committed by nine of the people involved in the protest that took place on 1 February 2019 against the transfer of the 1 October prisoners from Lledoners to Madrid to stand trial at the Supreme Court. The proceedings arose from a report made by the Mossos d’Esquadra after they identified those under investigation. The Prosecutor’s Office is demanding 7 years and 3 months in prison for three of them and 3 years for the rest. The Catalan Government, for its part, in its capacity as private prosecutor, is demanding a 15 month prison sentence for the injuries that the Mossos d’Esquadra agents claim to have received. The accused have rejected the charges and are going to trial. Two of these, meanwhile, Eduard Garzón and David Budria, also happen to be two of the CDR members arrested on 23 September 2019 as part of the Operation Judas, and their case is still underway at the National High Court.

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