30 January 2018

The resident from Reus accused of disobedience for replicating the referendum websites adheres to his right to remain silent


The 30-year-old who was summoned to testify in the courts of Reus accused of duplicating the 1 October referendum websites adheres to his right to remain silent. He is being investigated for an alleged crime of disobedience. The Reus local and another young man from Tarragona adhered to their right to remain silent on 25 September at the Spanish police station in Tarragona. Both were summoned to court for having allegedly replicated the websites promoting the referendum.

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