The Court has released, pending sentencing, the young men Ibrahim Afkir and Charaf Fadlaoui who were being held in Puig de les Basses, accused of the alleged crimes of public disturbance, attacking authority, injuries and causing damages, resulting from allegedly throwing a stone at a van of the Regional Operative Resources Area (ARRO) of the Mossos d’Esquadra and subsequently wounding its driver and co-driver. This is said to have occurred during the protests against the ruling on the politicians involved in the Catalan independence process. The young men have spent 8 months in pre-trial detention. The Prosecutor’s Office were seeking 9 years imprisonment and the Catalan Government three and a half. On 22 July, the same court acquitted the two young men of all crimes arguing that there was insufficient evidence to convict them.
10 July 2020
6 July 2020
2 July 2020
The Provincial Court of Girona releases the young men Ibrahim Afkir and Charaf Fadlaoui, 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
1 July 2020
30 June 2020
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