The two agents are accused of the crime of concealment for accompanying the president into exile on his journey by car to Belgium from Finland, where he had given a lecture at the University of Helsinki. In August, the National High Court announced that the charges against the other two people accompanying him, the historian Josep Lluís Alay and the businessman Jami Matamala, both of whom were friends of the president in exile, had been dropped. Alay was also arrested by the Spanish police and released on bail together with the other two Mossos. The Prosecutor’s Office of the National High Court, however, still uholds its accusation against the two agents.
30 June 2020
The trial is underway against the two young men accused of having thrown a stone at a Mossos d’Esquadra van during the protests against the ruling on the politicians involved in the Catalan independence process
30 June 2020
25 June 2020
The Prosecutor’s Office demands 3 years in prison for the two Mossos d’Esquadra who were accompanying Carles Puigdemont when he was arrested in Germany
22 June 2020
15 June 2020
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