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3 de febr. 2020

Chief Commissioner Trapero's Trial (EN)

English translation of minute by minute commentary by Quico Sallés on the trial of Chief Commissioner Trapero and other leaders of the Catalan police, for their alleged involvement in the 2017 independence bid.
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Trial of Chief Commissioner Trapero and the leadership of the Mossos, minute by minute.

NOTE: THE TRANSLATED TEXT WILL BE THROUGHLY REVISED A.S.A.P.

1. The post has to be read from the bottom upwards!

Source: https://www.elmon.cat/judici-major-trapero-minut_179126.html

The trial for the actions of the Catalan police on 20-S and 1-O, which will last several weeks.


25 FEB 2020 1:13 p.m.: "It was stressful times, I told Ferran to hurry up, I told him some coarse word I apologize for," the witness says. The session ends until next week.

25 FEB 2020 1:10 p.m.: "It could be that he once spoke to Lieutenant Colonel Baena about the Economy issue, but he does not remember the conversation exactly," the general admits.

25 FEB 2020 1:07 p.m.: The general specifies that he "took a responsibility on a voluntary basis" to search for a partner like Lopez for the various operations underway and to avoid a "dispersion of commands". Lopez was responsible for territorial coordination.

25 FEB 2020 1:03 p.m.: Prosecutor Rubira's turn. "I spoke to the commissioner and he told me that the Mediation did not work, I did ask him to expedite himself to ensure the departure of the judicial committee," he adds.

25 FEB 2020 1:02 p.m.: "In the end the retinue came out, with the help of the Mossos I suppose," says the general. The defence ends.

25 FEB 2020 1:00 p.m.: The now general admits that he was aware of what was happening in Economics. "I know they didn't make the cordon they requested," she says in the room. "I do not know that Civil Guard agents were going to Economy to make the cordon, it is not my competence," he says.

25 FEB 2020 12:56 p.m.: "I received the requests and I repeated them to Lopez by telephone," he says. But the then colonel did not ask him for an explanation of the Mossos operation.

25 FEB 2020 12:54 p.m.: The first request for collaboration is that they see that people are gathering and that the Mossos need to ask for public order and to establish a cord of 30 or 40 meters. Commissioner Lopez tells me that they are taken for granted. "It will come to you officially," he adds.

25 FEB 2020 12:52 p.m.: The general explains that before the call came that the formal request for communication. He also details that the command of the 20S was Baena.

25 FEB 2020 12:50 p.m.: The colonel then assures, "I think we had calls!" who had 30 calls with Ferran López. The first of the 20S between 8:45 and 9. It was customary to call to increase the effectiveness of the collaboration.



Mariano Martinez, at one point in his statement



25 FEB 2020 12:46 p.m.: The hearing resumes. It is now the turn of the General Mariano Martinez of the Civil Guard, de facto number two of the armed institute in Catalonia. Say goodbye to the defender of Trapero.

25 FEB 2020 12:23 p.m.: The sergeant's interrogation ends. Recess 1/4 hour.

25 FEB 2020 12:21 p.m.: The defence ends. The turn of the public prosecutor Miguel Ángel Carballo. The witness reports that they did not see the court clerk until they set up her exit. It also details what self-protection advice they gave to the Lawyer a few days later. He was recommended to protect Facebook.

25 FEB 2020 12:15 p.m.: "Then we were told that there would be an alternative way out of the courtyards from the inside. I accompanied her, we entered the dressing rooms, the Mediation waiters waited as they negotiated, and for more convenience we sat the secretary in a dressing room and we left. staying with her, (...) we pulled her out a door where the workers left, and it was a clean exit, in fact, the BRIMO was there and she didn't deploy so she didn't focus on the concentrates in the area", says the sergeant.

25 FEB 2020 12:11 p.m.: The escort sergeant comments on the device they were planning. He could enter the corridor and put in the service of Laplana and the uniformed Lieutenant of the Civil Guard. The operation would not be activated until the search was ready. "We were surprised that the head of the BRIMO called us between 21:30 and 22:00 removing the cord, a surprise because from the inside we had not seen that they had done it".

25 FEB 2020 12:06 p.m.: The new witness is TIP Sergeant 5834 Escort Sergeant. It arrived at 18:30 in Economy as a support to protect the judicial retinue to leave after the search.



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25 FEB 2020 12:03 p.m.: Return of a new witness after Pastor has told the Prosecutor that the ANC cordon had reached the Economy doorway. "At the minute he said no," he replies. "Well, he did get there". "A buenu, pos al bien, pos adios", a subtle version.

25 FEB 2020 11:59 a.m.: Pastor explains that at the time of BRIMO's performance they had to stand the door because of the "bewilderment" that any public order action could cause. A load, come on.

25 FEB 2020 11:56 a.m.: Pastor explains that the owner of the Coliseum had "glitches and image problems." Finally, he phoned the Chief Commissioner and ordered him to remove the judicial secretary. "The security of people is better than the image", he says. He stayed there until 3:30 in the morning.


Pastor at one point during his testimony


25 FEB 2020 11:51 a.m.: He communicated the alternate exit with the Guardia Civil and sought to see if the diligence had ended. Pastor states that the Civil Guard refused to leave because they wanted to leave with their cars. Instead, the lawyer did accept it.

25 FEB 2020 11:48 a.m.: "I spoke to the Chief Commissioner and told him that we had found a capable exit, and he became angry that until that time (11) we had not found an alternate exit," he reports

. 25 FEB 2020 11:47 a.m.: "I directed a mediation leader to look for an outlet for the retinue, who spoke with a private watchman who explained the possible exit through the courtyard, who was confirmed by an assistant inspector and a corporal," says Pastor.

25 FEB 2020 11:45 a.m.: The Chief of Mediation then details the meeting which took place on 2/4 of 11. He emphasizes the "confusion" about how the judicial retinue should turn out. In addition, the due diligence was not completed because of clogging problems due to technical difficulties.

25 FEB 2020 11:41 a.m.: Pastor tells the Mayor and Laplana's lawyer, Olga Tubau, his arrival at Economy, around 10 pm. There was the hallway already. There were more than 20 law enforcement teams.

25 FEB 2020 11:38 a.m.: It is the turn of the then Mediation Chief and the current BRIMO Chief, Xavier Pastor. He tells Tubau that he has been a model imported from Sweden since January 2012.

25 FEB 2020 11:36 a.m.: "I saw the Justice Administration lawyer come out walking, if they then ran, I don't know," the interrogation ends.

25 FEB 2020 11:34 a.m.: Rubira dances with the questions. In fact, he asks about the defence's interrogation. He asks her about the phrase that a mediation agent (immediately, according to the prosecutor) heard that leaving the Civil Guard they would "be killed". "I've never heard that," says Inspector Hernández.

25 FEB 2020 11:30 a.m.: Hernández tells Rubira that BRIMO was prepared to guarantee the departure of the retinue with a cord and a capsule.

25 FEB 2020 11:28 a.m.: "I saw the court secretary go out and get in the cars without the logo, and there was nobody," the defence ends. The turn of the public prosecutor Pedro Rubira.



Carles Hernandez, at one point in his statement


25 FEB 2020 11:26 a.m.: "He said yes, but I did not see him, because in the meantime I warned by the loudspeaker of the van that the people were scattering and in 10 minutes everyone left," he said.

25 FEB 2020 11:25 a.m.: The then head of the BRIMO explained that at 23:15 they prepared for the departure of the judicial committee. Seeing that the concentrates before the Coliseum mistook mediators for civilian guidance, he asked Sánchez for help.

25 FEB 2020 11:22 a.m.: "About half an hour later, my number two told me that Sánchez wanted to talk to me and everything changed, relaxed he told me they would make the cord and I considered that both he and Cuixart would use me to make the cord and I took the phone", he says.

25 FEB 2020 11:20 a.m.: "He told me he would now call the President and the counselor and should leave, he called, I don't know who he talked to, but Sánchez said 'Trapero has lost his mind' and then told me he would receive an order to withdraw the BRIMO. "You can call the Pope, and I must receive the order from my commander".

25 FEB 2020 11:17 a.m.: The chief of BRIMO states that his obligation as a "technician" is to assess whether a legal order can be fulfilled. At 10 pm he attended a meeting with Jordi Sànchez and Lluís Llach. "As I saw him, I did not speak to him, with Sánchez being arrogant and arrogant, he told me to withdraw the BRIMO, I said no, do not go wrong with him, he had orders!".

25 FEB 2020 11:11 a.m.: At 20:40, they head to Economy to strengthen the volunteer cordon that they were not as they had been told. They got hit in the helmet of a BRIMO camera and decided to withdraw his cash. The commissioner orders him to comply with the order, and "what had to happen happened". "The 60 brimos were blocked between the Coliseum and the corner of Rambla Catalunya", he emphasizes.

25 FEB 2020 11:08 a.m.: "I was able to do well, zigzagging," he says. The witness claims that within a year and a half he received several orders. "First remove the retinue, then 10 people, then a capsule for a dog...".

25 FEB 2020 11:06 a.m.: The then head of the BRIMO arrives at Economy and is "surprised" by the volume of people and their "compaction". Later reports indicate that there were 40,000 people.

25 FEB 2020 11:03 a.m.: He first arrived at the CUP headquarters and spoke with the CNP chief of staff, who informed them that there were 25 UIP teams. "I left him 4 teams and went to Economy."

25 FEB 2020 11:01 a.m.: The ex-head of the BRIMO and now two of Information, Inspector Carles Hernández, will be in the witness box. That day I had a family commitment. Arrive at Egara at five and leave for the CUP headquarters.

25 FEB 2020 10:58 a.m.: The testimony ends.

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25 FEB 2020 10:56 a.m.: The prosecutor said, "Was it wise or not to pull the retinue out the door?
The two of the BRIMO. "There was nothing prudent there, but it was the only way, with a safety cord."


25 FEB 2020 10:54 a.m.: The Deputy Inspector tells him that the only way to get the detainees in was the police cordon. He does not comment on whether or not he was cautious as the prosecutor asks. "We should put our resources," he says.


25 FEB 2020 10:52 a.m.: The two of the BRIMO justify not taking part in the morning because of the crowd density. "It could have caused an avalanche of people," he reports. "We would not make a corridor until the detainees arrived! We would not be there holding ..."


25 FEB 2020 10:51 a.m.:
The Deputy Inspector of the BRIMO calmly retorts the prosecutor and reproaches him, without noticing it, not knowing that it is the Gran Via. It details how an operation should be performed, and how it should be foreseen that fences were needed.

25 FEB 2020 10:49 a.m.: It is the turn of Attorney Miguel Ángel Carballo, Deputy Inspector Martin, who states that at 11:30 there were 82 Brimo and ARRO personnel. Debate with the prosecutor on the number of concentrates and leave.

25 FEB 2020 10:47 a.m.: Finally, the attempt to draw the cord was dropped because the judicial committee had not finished the job. "There was a computer problem , " he says.


Deputy Martin Víctor Martin, two of the BRIMO, in his statement to the National Court



25 FEB 2020 10:45 a.m.: The two of the BRIMO say that the Guardia Civil did not ask for anything more until the time of departure of the judicial committee. We were ordered to make the lace. We activated two teams, one to make it and the other to encapsulate the retinue. "It was impossible to move one meter further, the two groups were separated," he says. "It was so dense that for an hour we couldn't use the fenders," he says.


25 FEB 2020 10:39 a.m.: BRIMO's Deputy Inspector details that the ANC representative is out. "We were prepared to make the security stand for detainees, but the Civil Guard told us no, and I did not ask why." And alert, "we were told they wanted a cord for vehicles because there were weapons, given that neither I nor Laplana knew."


25 FEB 2020 10:37 a.m.: At 1:45 p.m. he entered the Economy Building, arrived at it through the ANC volunteer cordon. He participated in a meeting with the Superintendent, the two Civil Guard lieutenants, a Mediation member as well as a ANC or Òmnium representative. Commissioner Portals had called it.


25 FEB 2020 10:35 a.m.Portals told her that the purpose was to articulate a corridor with volunteers so that they could later open it with the police so that the detainees could access.

25 FEB 2020 10:34 a.m.: The witness explains that Commissioner Molinero telephoned Chief Commissioner Trapero to describe the situation to him. "I had never received as many calls as that day," he jokes


25 FEB 2020 10:33 a.m.: "We went to the Economy headquarters ready to make a cord, the density was maximum, I called the head of the device, Commissioner Portals, to tell him that it was impossible, it was between 11:30 and 12" , tells the two of the BRIMO


25 FEB 2020 10:31 a.m.: In fact, according to TIP 3404 from 1/4 of 10 in the morning there were already two BRIMO vans in Passeig de Gràcia, sent by the command center.


25 FEB 2020 10:30 a.m.: According to the witness, about 11 were concentrated 60 BRIMO personnel in Plaza Catalunya, in seven vans and other vans of ARRO.


25 FEB 2020 10:29 a.m.: Superintendent Laplana phoned him between 10:15 and 30 a.m. on his way from the Egara Complex to Barcelona. He asked when they would arrive because some detainees had to enter. Brimo's sergeant in Economics told him that everything was full.


25 FEB 2020 10:28 a.m.: The first to testify is BRIMO number two in 2017. TIP 3404. He found out about his searches through a chat with riot controls.


25 FEB 2020 10: 26 a.m.: 21st day of the trial in the Interior Department leadership. Day full of interesting defence witnesses. Those responsible for the Brimo and ARRO, and the number two of the Civil Guard


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24 FEB 2020 1:52 p.m.: The Mosso also details that anti-terrorist checkpoints were dismantled to assist the judicial authority. The interrogation and session ends


24 FEB 2020 1:50 p.m.: The Mosso says they were able to cordon the vehicles. He also certifies that at 11pm it was impossible to reach the council by car. "We had BRIMO vans in other searches," he says.


24 FEB 2020 1:47 p.m.: TIP 4878 was warned about one at night that maybe they should intervene because the "mass wanted to get inside the vehicles". "We made the warning by PA system, not everyone left," he adds


24 FEB 2020 1:44 p.m.: The turn of a new witness. A BRIMO agent arrived at 12:30. They were 6 effective. There were already 7 and 8 vans from the BRIMO and at least 2 vans from the ARRO.


24 FEB 2020 1:42 p.m.: The witness claims that there was a cord of about 30-40 meters, from the Coliseum to the Rambla. The interrogation ends.


24 FEB 2020 1:41 p.m.: Turn of the lawyer of the Chief Commissioner. He asks her how many times Laplana's relief has been claimed. "I thanked her for the efforts she had made so many hours," she says.


24 FEB 2020 1:39 p.m.: The BRIMO at 2:10 loaded and expanded the perimeter. The GRS chief came out to check if the weapons were still there. We found that the stolen material was stolen.


24 FEB 2020 1:35 p.m.: The inspector says he was on the front line as people crowded at the door. · "It was the pressure of the people who were leaving the burden of Brimo," he argues. "I have to thank a civil guard for grabbing me by the neck and throwing me back," he says.


24 FEB 2020 1:30 p.m.: The witness assures the prosecutor that the protest was protest and rejection, but at night the atmosphere was different, once Sánchez and Cuixart called off the rally. "They were people of a different profile"


24 FEB 2020 1:28 p.m.: Witness TIP 1255 says the Superintendent presented her with Jordi Sànchez before leaving. He does not know that he got angry with BRIMO's head.


24 FEB 2020 1:21 p.m.: "First I went to the police station, in Plaza España, I went with Metro a little before the change of relay to see how everything was, I went down to University, (...) I had a little progress," he says.


24 FEB 2020 1:19 p.m.: New witness. TIP Information Inspector shift 1255. Relieved Laplana at night.


24 FEB 2020 1:18 p.m.: The witness says he did not see law enforcement, but did see many Brimo units when he left at 2/4 of 2 p.m.


24 FEB 2020 1:16 p.m.: Mosso confirms that he left the corridor articulated by the ANC. The prosecutor finishes and it is the defence's turn. The witness explains that public order vans could not be seen in the Economy lobby.


24 FEB 2020 1:11 p.m.: Superintendent Laplana would have arrived at 9:20. At 10 o'clock people started getting on the vehicles. The witness rebuked them, and they got off. Not anymore.


24 FEB 2020 1:07 p.m.: The view resumes. Turn TIP 4854 Sergeant and head of the Eixample. It arrived about 8.30 a.m. Describe the first concentrates as gossipers.


24 FEB 2020 12:33 p.m.: "The Superintendent was notified that he was not well," closes the witness. Recess in the room.


24 FEB 2020 12:32 p.m.: "The Mossos public order units could not be seen from the lobby, but also the five Civil Guard vehicles that were two meters from the door," he says.

24 FEB 2020 12:31 p.m.: The sergeant defines the Mediation Area as "the first step of public order". "It does not replace it, much less," he emphasizes. "Mediation does not fall into the motive of the rally, we interlocate so that what happens in public space is peaceful," he says.


24 FEB 2020 12:27 p.m.: The witness utters the word "tacitly." A reference in the judicial investigation of the case.


24 FEB 2020 12:26 p.m.: The sergeant emphasizes that "the corridor of volunteers went very well so that they could enter and exit Economy." He also adds that "no one tried to go out for lunch" but ruled out it out of fear.


24 FEB 2020 12:24 p.m.: At about one o'clock, there was a new meeting with the two lieutenants, the Superintendent and two commands of the BRIMO. Before Xavier Vidal of the ANC was added, it was agreed to say nothing of the long weapons of the Assembly.


24 FEB 2020 12: 21 p.m.: "The density of the people did not allow the cord to open further," the witness says. The Civil Guard used the security of the retinue because she only wanted to get in the car with the detainees.


24 FEB 2020 12: 19 p.m.: Then there was a meeting where also Sánchez and the non-uniformed Civil Guard lieutenant. "There was tension because the Civil Guard wanted to get the detainees in the car, and there was only one corridor for the people," he says.


24 FEB 2020 12: 17 p.m.: The sergeant details that at about 12 he spoke with Xavi Vidal of the ANC; with the officer and the uniformed lieutenant of the Civil Guard. It is thought how three detainees could enter and separate the people who touched a stained glass window from the Economy façade.


24 FEB 2020 12: 14 p.m.: Prosecutor Miguel Ángel Carballo asks the sergeant what the Mediation Area is doing. He also asked if the Guardia Civil was insulted. Defines concentrates as " people who can find you a normal day in Barcelona for a walk" .


24 FEB 2020 12:10 p.m.: The sergeant details his arrival at Economy by 2/4 of 11. It was hard to get there. He made contact with the uniformed lieutenant, Noberto, and was told that there were weapons and weapons in his vehicles . That's when he saw tripods on vehicles.


The mediation sergeant of the Mossos that arrived at Economy


24 FEB 2020 12:04 p.m.: The defence questions end. New testimony about the 20S. Now the TIP 1903 Sergeant of the Mediation Area is testifying to questions from the Prosecutor's Office.


24 FEB 2020 12:03 p.m.: The lieutenant admits that the Mossos proposed to escort the judicial secretary, but in no case it was determined whether they should be escorted to the city of justice.


24 FEB 2020 11:56 a.m.: Lieutenant Laplana explained that he had little communication. Tubau reminds her that she was sick. "I don't know, I didn't know her before," he says.


24 FEB 2020 11:46 a.m.: The lieutenant insists that on 2/4 of 11 a.m. he informed Laplana that there were weapons in the vehicles. He admits that no explanation was given as to why the weapons were not removed from the Civil Guard vehicles.


24 FEB 2020 11:40 a.m.: Tubau catches the witness out:
- "You spoke at 9.15 a.m. with Superintendent Laplana?".
-"Yes".
- "Don’t the cameras say she went in at 9:54? Didn't you talk later?".
- "It could be ... the hours ... the events if ... but the hours ...".
- "Ya".
24 FEB 2020 11: 36 a.m.: The lieutenant explains that he was giving the news to Baena and in no case to Colonel Mariano Martínez, who was talking with Commissioner López dels Mossos. One of the secrets of the day was the one who sent the Civil Guard that day.


24 FEB 2020 11:34 a.m.: The prosecutor finishes. It is the turn of the defence of Chief Commissioner Trapero and Superintendent Laplana. He asked about the Briefing on September 19th and what the instructions were. He confirms that orders were given by Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Baena.


24 FEB 2020 11: 26 a.m.: Lieutenant C57393S accuses Sánchez and Cuixart of failing to respond to any of the requests made by members of the Civil Guard. That is, there was no collaboration, such as the termination of the protest.


24 FEB 2020 11: 24 a.m.: The witness has recounted an alleged episode where members of the GRS of the Civil Guard had to hold the doors of Economy. "Sánchez and Cuixart did not want anyone in uniform to come out because they could be subjected to aggression," he concluded.


24 FEB 2020 11: 18 a.m.: The Deputy Lieutenant is also the same person signing the report on the emails of Minister Raül Romeva, which served to incriminate him.


24 FEB 2020 11: 14 a.m.: "After 11 o'clock at night, Laplana's substitute went to see the secretary and offered to go out through the rooftop, to the next-door theater.


24 FEB 2020 11:13 a.m.: The witness now tells the Court how it was proposed that ANC volunteers would make a corridor so that the judicial committee could come out with the judicial secretary.


24 FEB 2020 11:06 a.m.: The lieutenant admits that there were computer problems that slowed the search. A fact already denounced by Laplana and Chief Commissioner Trapero in his statement.


24 FEB 2020 11:03 a.m.: Interestingly, in this statement by Lieutenant October 16, 2017, to Carmen Lamela, he did not specify as much time as he notified that there were weapons in the vehicles like this morning. Then he said before 1 p.m. Today said 2/4 of 11.


Statement to Carmen Lamela by the Lieutenant in charge of the Economic Court of Justice


24 FEB 2020 10:56 a.m.: The Lieutenant does not remember talking to Anna Teixidó, Protocol Vice President. In his statement last week, he described his experience in the Economy lobby.


24 FEB 2020 10:52 a.m.: Sánchez's requests were accepted, but he finally said no because the Guardia Civil did not accept that the detainees enter on foot. The lieutenant explains that Sánchez ordered what and how the Mossos could do.


24 FEB 2020 10:50 a.m.: According to the witness, Sánchez proposed making a corridor. The then president of the ANC proposed detaining detainees without logoed vehicles or uniformed personnel.
24 FEB 2020 10:48 a.m.: TIP C573933 does not go out of the script of what it explained to the investigation on September 23 to the command of the armed institute.


The statement before the Civil Guard by the same lieutenant of the Civil Guard who headed the judicial committee of the 20S


24 FEB 2020 10:40 a.m.: The lieutenant says that on 2/4 at 11 a.m., Laplana was warned that there were weapons in his cars. Other witnesses, on the other hand, say that no particular weapons were reported until 12 noon.


24 FEB 2020 10:37 a.m.: According to witness numbers, at about 9:00 there were about 400 people but we can already see that it would grow. The Civil Guard Lieutenant describes the first gatherers as "senior citizens".


24 FEB 2020 10:34 a.m.: He adds that he spoke to Superintendent Laplana. "Taking advantage of the presence of a Mossos police officer, I asked for help in removing the people, he said he could do nothing, I was surprised because I did not see any public order incidents, and then I applied to my superior who asked the Mossos for support, "she recounts.


24 FEB 2020 10:34 a.m.: The lieutenant now recounts that he went down to the lobby at nine and there was already a "certain tumult." "The traffic was cut off," he says.


24 FEB 2020 10:30 a.m.:The witness reports that the day before they attended a briefing to prepare the ratio of 45 picks for the 20S. He says there was no talk of Unipost because the briefing was before the ballots were confiscated.


24 FEB 2020 10:28 a.m.: The lieutenant assures the public prosecutor Pedro Rubira that at eight in the morning, when arriving at the headquarters of Economy, there was no one. It justifies the presence of 10 officers of the Civil Guard GRS.


24 FEB 2020 10: 26 a.m.: The first to report is the C57393S Civil Guard Lieutenant assigned to the Judicial Police Unit headed by Daniel Baena. He was in charge of the Economy search. He was in charge of ten people.


24 FEB 2020 10: 20 a.m.: 20th Session of the Interior Department leadership trial. This Monday is the turn of the Mossos that acted during the 20S in Economy and of the Lieutenant of the Civil Guard who headed the judicial committee.




02/25/2020 1:13 p.m.: "It was stressful times, I was telling Ferran to hurry up, I told him some coarse word I apologize for," the witness says. Ends the session until next week.

2/25/2020 1:10 p.m.: "It could be that he once spoke to Lieutenant Colonel Baena about the Economy issue, but he does not remember the conversation exactly," the general admits.

02/25/2020 1:07 p.m.:
The general specifies that he "took a responsibility on a voluntary basis" to search for a partner like Lopez for the various operations underway and to avoid a "dispersion of commands". Lopez was responsible for territorial coordination

02/25/2020 1:03 p.m.: Prosecutor Rubira's turn. "I spoke to the commissioner and he told me that the Mediation did not work, I did ask him to expedite himself to ensure the departure of the judicial committee," he adds.

02/25/2020 1:02 p.m.: "In the end the retinue came out, with the help of the Mossos I suppose," says the general. The defense ends.

02/25/2020 1:00 p.m.: The now general admits that he was aware of what was happening in Economics. "I know they didn't make the cordon they requested," she says in the room. "I do not know that Civil Guard agents were going to Economy to make the cordon, it is not my competence," he says.

02/25/2020 12:56 p.m.: "I received the requests and I repeated them to Lopez by telephone," he says. But the then colonel did not ask him for an explanation of the Mossos operation.

02/25/2020 12:54 p.m.: The first request for collaboration is that they see that people are gathering and that the Mossos need to ask for public order and to establish a cord of 30 or 40 meters. Commissioner Lopez tells me that they are taken for granted. "It will come to you officially," he adds

02/25/2020 12:52 p.m.: The general explains that before the call came that the formal request for communication. He also details that the command of the 20S was Baena.

02/25/2020 12:50 p.m.: The colonel then assures, "I think we had calls!" who had 30 calls with Ferran López. The first of the 20S between 8:45 and 9. It was customary to call to increase the effectiveness of the collaboration.


Mariano Martinez, at one point in his statement
02/25/2020 12:46 p.m.
The view resumes. It is now the turn of the General Mariano Martinez of the Civil Guard, de facto number two of the armed institute in Catalonia. Say goodbye to the defender of Trapero

02/25/2020 12: 23 p.m.: The sergeant's interrogation ends. Recess 1/4 hour

02/25/2020 12: 21 p.m.: The defence ends. The turn of the public prosecutor Miguel Ángel Carballo. The witness reports that they did not see the court clerk until they set up her exit. It also details what self-protection advice they gave to the Lawyer a few days later. He was recommended to protect Facebook

02/25/2020 12:15 p.m.: "Then we were told that there would be an alternative way out of the courtyards from the inside. I accompanied her, we entered the dressing rooms, the Mediation waiters waited as they negotiated, and for more convenience we sat the secretary in a dressing room and we left. staying with her, (...) we pulled her out a door where the workers left, and it was a clean exit, in fact, the BRIMO was there and she didn't deploy so she didn't focus on the concentrates in the area. " , tells the sergeant

02/25/2020 12:11 p.m.: The escort sergeant comments on the device they were planning. He could enter the corridor and put in the service of Laplana and the uniformed Lieutenant of the Civil Guard. The operation would not be activated until the search was ready. "We were surprised that the head of the BRIMO called us between 21:30 and 22:00 removing the cord, a surprise because from the inside we had not seen that they had done it"

02/25/2020 12:06 p.m.: The new witness is TIP Sergeant 5834 Escort Sergeant. It arrived at 18:30 in Economy as a support to protect the judicial retinue to leave after the search.


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02/25/2020 12:03 p.m.: Return of a new witness after Pastor has told the Prosecutor that the ANC cord had reached the Economy Gate. "At the minute he said no," he replies. "Well, he did get there." A " bonu, pos al bien, pos adios ", fine version.

02/25/2020 11:59 a.m.: Pastor explains that at the time of BRIMO's performance they had to stand the door because of the "bewilderment" that any public order action could cause. A load, come on.

02/25/2020 11:56 a.m.: Pastor explains that the owner of the Coliseum had "glitches and image problems." Finally, he phoned the Major and ordered him to remove the judicial secretary. " The security of people is better than the image," he says. He stayed there until 3:30 in the morning.


Pastor at one point during his speech


02/25/2020 11:51 a.m.:
He communicated the alternate exit with the Guardia Civil and sought to see if the diligence had ended. Pastor states that the Civil Guard refused to leave because they wanted to leave with their cars. Instead, the lawyer did accept it.
2/25/2020 11:48 am
"I spoke to the Major and told him that we had found a capable exit, and he became angry that until that time (11) we had not found an alternate exit," he reports.
02/25/2020 11:47 a.m.:
"I directed a mediation leader to look for an outlet for the retinue, who spoke with a private watchman who explained the possible exit through the courtyard, who was confirmed by an assistant inspector and a corporal," says Pastor.
02/25/2020 11:45 a.m.
The Chief of Mediation then details the meeting which took place on 2/4 of 11. He emphasizes the "confusion" about how the judicial retinue should turn out. In addition, the due diligence was not completed because of clogging problems due to technical difficulties.

2/25/2020 11:41 a.m.: Pastor tells the Mayor and Laplana's lawyer, Olga Tubau, his arrival at Economy, around 10 pm. There was the hallway already. There were more than 20 law enforcement teams.

02/25/2020 11:38 a.m.: It is the turn of the then Mediation Chief and the current BRIMO Chief, Xavier Pastor. He tells Tubau that he has been a model imported from Sweden since January 2012.
2/25/2020 11: 36 a.m.: "I saw the Justice Administration letter coming out walking, if they then ran, I don't know," the interrogation ends.
02/25/2020 11:34 a.m.: Rubira dances with the questions. In fact, he asks about the defense's interrogation. He asks her about the phrase that a mediation agent ( immediately , according to the prosecutor) heard that leaving the Civil Guard they would "be killed". "I've never heard that," says Inspector Hernandez.

02/25/2020 11:30 a.m.: Hernández tells Rubira that BRIMO was prepared to guarantee the departure of the retinue with a cord and a capsule.
2/25/2020 11:28 a.m.: "I saw the court secretary go out and get in the cars without the logo, and there was nobody," the defense ends. The turn of the public prosecutor Pedro Rubira.


Carles Hernandez, at one point in his statement 

 
2/25/2020 11:26 a.m.: "He said yes, but I did not see him, because in the meantime I warned by the loudspeaker of the van that the people were scattering and in 10 minutes everyone left," he said.
2/25/2020 11:25 a.m.:
The then head of the BRIMO explained that at 23:15 they prepared for the departure of the judicial committee. Seeing that the concentrates before the Coliseum mistook mediators for civilian guidance, he asked Sánchez for help.
2/25/2020 11:22 a.m.: "About half an hour later, my number two told me that Sánchez wanted to talk to me and everything changed, relaxed he told me they would make the cord and I considered that both he and Cuixart would use me to make the cord and I took the phone, "he says.
02/25/2020 11:20 a.m.: "He told me he would now call the President and the counselor and should leave, he called, I don't know who he talked to, but Sánchez said 'Trapero had drunk his understanding' and then went telling me he would receive an order to remove BRIMO. "You can call the Pope, and I must receive the order of my command."
02/25/2020 11:17 a.m.: The chief of BRIMO states that his obligation as a "technician" is to assess whether a legal order can be fulfilled. At 10 pm he attended a meeting with Jordi Sànchez and Lluís Llach . "As I saw him, I did not speak to him, in Sánchez being arrogant and arrogant, he told me to remove BRIMO, I said no, do not go wrong with him, he had orders!"
02/25/2020 11:11 a.m.: At 20:40, they head to Economy to strengthen the volunteer cordon that they were not as they had been told. They got hit in the helmet of a BRIMO camera and decided to withdraw his cash. The commissioner orders him to comply with the order, and "what had to happen happened". "The 60 brimos were blocked between the Coliseum and the corner of Rambla Catalunya", he emphasizes.
02/25/2020 11:08 a.m.: "I was able to do well, zigzagging," he says. The witness claims that within a year and a half he received several orders. "First remove the retinue, then 10 people, then a capsule for a dog ..."
02/25/2020 11:06 a.m.: The then head of the BRIMO arrives at Economy and is "surprised" by the volume of people and their "compaction". Later reports indicate that there were 40,000 people.
02/25/2020 11:03 a.m.:  He first arrived at the CUP headquarters and spoke with the CNP chief of staff, who informed them that there were 25 UIP teams . "I left him 4 teams and went to Economy."
02/25/2020 11:01 a.m.: The ex-head of the BRIMO and now two of Information, Inspector Carles Hernández, will be in the witness box. That day I had a family commitment. Arrive at Egara at five and leave for the CUP headquarters.
2/25/2020 10:58 a.m.: The testimony ends.
2/25/2020 10:56 a.m.: The prosecutor said, "Was it wise or not to pull the retinue out the door?
The two of the BRIMO. "There was nothing prudent there, but it was the only way, with a safety cord."
2/25/2020 10:54 a.m.: The Deputy Inspector tells him that the only way to get the detainees in was the police cordon. He does not comment on whether or not he was cautious as the prosecutor asks. "We should put our resources," he says.
2/25/2020 10:52 a.m.:
The two of the BRIMO justify not taking part in the morning because of the crowd density. "It could have caused an avalanche of people," he reports. "We would not make a corridor until the detainees arrived! We would not be there holding ..."

2/25/2020 10:51 a.m.:
The Deputy Inspector of the BRIMO calmly retorts the prosecutor and reproaches him, without noticing it, not knowing that it is the Gran Via. It details how an operation should be performed, and how it should be foreseen that fences were needed.

2/25/2020 10:49 a.m.: It is the turn of Attorney Miguel Ángel Carballo, Deputy Inspector Martin, who states that at 11:30 there were 82 Brimo and ARRO personnel. Debate with the prosecutor on the number of concentrates and leave.

2/25/2020 10:47 a.m.: Finally, the attempt to draw the cord was dropped because the judicial committee had not finished the job. "There was a computer problem , " he says.


Deputy Martin Víctor Martin, two of the BRIMO, in his statement to the National Court


02/25/2020 10:45 a.m.: The two of the BRIMO say that the Guardia Civil did not ask for anything more until the time of departure of the judicial committee. We were ordered to make the lace. We activated two teams, one to make it and the other to encapsulate the retinue. "It was impossible to move one meter further, the two groups were separated," he says. "It was so dense that for an hour we couldn't use the fenders," he says.
02/25/2020 10:39 a.m.: BRIMO's Deputy Inspector details that the ANC representative is out. "We were prepared to make the security stand for detainees, but the Civil Guard told us no, and I did not ask why." And alert, "we were told they wanted a cord for vehicles because there were weapons, given that neither I nor Laplana knew."
02/25/2020 10:37 a.m.: At 1:45 p.m. he entered the Economy Building, arrived at it through the ANC volunteer cordon. He participated in a meeting with the intendant, the two Civil Guard lieutenants, a Mediation member as well as a ANC or Òmnium representative. Commissioner Portals had called it.
02/25/2020 10:35 a.m.
Portals told her that the purpose was to articulate a corridor with volunteers so that they could later open it with the police so that the detainees could access.
02/25/2020 10:34 a.m.:
The witness explains that Commissioner Molinero telephoned Major Trapero to describe the situation to him. "I had never received as many calls as that day," he jokes
2/25/2020 10:33 a.m.:
"We went to the Economy headquarters ready to make a cord, the density was maximum, I called the head of the device, Commissioner Portals, to tell him that it was impossible, it was between 11:30 and 12" , tells the two of the BRIMO
02/25/2020 10:31 a.m.:
In fact, according to TIP 3404 from 1/4 of 10 in the morning there were already two BRIMO vans in Passeig de Gràcia, sent by the command center.
02/25/2020 10:30 am
According to the witness, about 11 were concentrated 60 BRIMO personnel in Plaza Catalunya, in seven vans and other vans of ARRO.
2/25/2020 10:29 a.m.:
Intendant Laplana phoned him between 10:15 and 30 a.m. on his way from the Egara Complex to Barcelona. He asked when they would arrive because some detainees had to enter. Brimo's sergeant in Economics told him that everything was full.
02/25/2020 10:28 a.m.:
The first to testify is BRIMO number two in 2017. TIP 3404. He found out about his searches through a chat with riot controls.
2/25/2020 10: 26 a.m.:
21st day of the trial in the interior dome. Day full of interesting defense witnesses. Those responsible for the Brimo and ARRO, and the number two of the Civil Guard
02/24/2020 13:52 p.m.:
The Mosso also details that anti-terrorist checkpoints were dismantled to assist the judicial authority. The interrogation and session ends
02/24/2020 13:50 p.m.:
The Mosso says they were able to cordon the vehicles. He also certifies that at 11pm it was impossible to reach the council by car. "We had BRIMO vans in other searches," he says.
02/24/2020 13: 47 p.m.:
TIP 4878 was warned about one at night that maybe they should intervene because the "mass wanted to get inside the vehicles". "We made the warning by PA system, not everyone left," he adds
2/24/2020 13:44 p.m.:
The turn of a new witness. A BRIMO agent arrived at 12:30. They were 6 effective. There were already 7 and 8 vans from the BRIMO and at least 2 vans from the ARRO.
02/24/2020 13: 42 p.m.:
The witness claims that there was a cord of about 30-40 meters, from the Coliseum to the Rambla. The interrogation ends.
02/24/2020 13:41 p.m.:
Turn of the letter of the Major. He asks her how many times Laplana's relief has been claimed. "I thanked her for the efforts she had made so many hours," she says.
02/24/2020 13:39 p.m.:
The BRIMO at 2:10 loaded and expanded the perimeter. The GRS chief came out to check if the weapons were still there. We found that the stolen material was stolen.
02/24/2020 13:35 p.m.:
The inspector says he was on the front line as people crowded at the door. · "It was the pressure of the people who were leaving the burden of Brimo," he argues. "I have to thank a civil guard for grabbing me by the neck and throwing me back," he says.
2/24/2020 1:30 p.m.:
The witness assures the prosecutor that the protest was protest and rejection, but at night the atmosphere was different, once Sánchez and Cuixart called off the rally. "They were people of a different profile"
2/24/2020 13: 28h
Witness TIP 1255 says the Intendant presented her with Jordi Sànchez before leaving. He does not know that he got angry with BRIMO's head.
02/24/2020 13: 21h
"First I went to the police station, in Plaza España, I went with Metro a little before the change of relay to see how everything was, I went down to University, (...) I had a little progress," he says.
02/24/2020 13: 19h
New witness. TIP Information Inspector shift 1255. Relieved Laplana at night.
02/24/2020 13: 18h
The witness says he did not see law enforcement, but did see many Brimo units when he left at 2/4 of 2 p.m.
02/24/2020 13: 16h
Mosso confirms that he left the corridor articulated by the ANC. The prosecutor finishes and it is the defense's turn. The witness explains that public order vans could not be seen in the Economy lobby.
02/24/2020 13: 11h
Intendant Laplana would have arrived at 9:20. At 10 o'clock people started getting on the vehicles. The witness rebuked them, and they went down. Not anymore.
02/24/2020 13: 07h
The view resumes. Turn TIP 4854 Sergeant and head of the Eixample. It arrived about 2/4 of 9 am. Describe the first concentrates as gossipers.
2/24/2020 12:33 p.m.:
"The intendant was notified that he was not well," closes the witness. Recess in the room.
02/24/2020 12:32 p.m.:
"The Mossos public order units could not be seen from the lobby, but also the five Civil Guard vehicles that were two meters from the door," he says.
02/24/2020 12:31 p.m.:
The sergeant defines the Mediation Area as "the first step of public order". "It does not replace it, much less," he emphasizes. "Mediation does not fall into the motive of the rally, we interlocate so that what happens in public space is peaceful," he says.
02/24/2020 12: 27 p.m.:
The witness utters the word "tacitly." A reference in the judicial investigation of the case.
2/24/2020 12: 26 p.m.:
The sergeant emphasizes that "the corridor of volunteers went very well so that they could enter and exit Economy." He also adds that "no one tried to go out for lunch" but ruled out it out of fear.
2/24/2020 12: 24 p.m.:
At about one o'clock, there was a new meeting with the two lieutenants, the intendant and two commands of the BRIMO. Before Xavier Vidal of the ANC was added, it was agreed to say nothing of the long weapons of the Assembly.
02/24/2020 12: 21 p.m.:
"The density of the people did not allow the cord to open further," the witness says. The Civil Guard used the security of the retinue because she only wanted to get in the car with the detainees.
02/24/2020 12: 19 p.m.:
Then there was a meeting where also Sánchez and the non-uniformed Civil Guard lieutenant. "There was tension because the Civil Guard wanted to get the detainees in the car, and there was only one corridor for the people," he says.
02/24/2020 12: 17 p.m.:
The sergeant details that at about 12 he spoke with Xavi Vidal of the ANC; with the officer and the uniformed lieutenant of the Civil Guard. It is thought how three detainees could enter and separate the people who touched a stained glass window from the Economy façade.
02/24/2020 12: 14 p.m.:
Attorney Miguel Ángel Carballo asks the sergeant what the Mediation Area is doing. He also asked if the Guardia Civil was insulted. Defines concentrates as " people who can find you a normal day in Barcelona for a walk" .
02/24/2020 12:10 p.m.:
The sergeant details his arrival at Economy by 2/4 of 11. It was hard to get there. He made contact with the uniformed lieutenant, Noberto, and was told that there were weapons and weapons in his vehicles . That's when he saw tripods on vehicles.
The mediation sergeant of the Mossos that arrived at Economy
02/24/2020 12: 04 p.m.:
The defense questions end. New testimony about the 20S. Now the TIP 1903 Sergeant of the Mediation Area is testifying to questions from the Prosecutor's Office.
02/24/2020 12:03 p.m.:
The lieutenant admits that the Mossos proposed to escort the judicial secretary, but in no case it was determined whether they should be escorted to the city of justice.
2/24/2020 11:56 a.m.:
Lieutenant Laplana explained that he had little communication. Tubau reminds her that she was sick. "I don't know, I didn't know her before," he says.
2/24/2020 11:46 a.m.:
The lieutenant insists that on 2/4 of 11 a.m. he informed Laplana that there were weapons in the vehicles. He admits that no explanation was given as to why the weapons were not removed from the Civil Guard vehicles.
02/24/2020 11:40 a.m.:
Tubau catches the witness:
- "You spoke at 9.15 am with Major Laplana?"
-"Yes"
- "Do the cameras say he went in at 9:54? Didn't they talk later?"
- "It could be ... the hours ... the events if ... but the hours ..."
- "Ya"
2/24/2020 11: 36 a.m.:
The lieutenant explains that he was giving the news to Baena and in no case to Colonel Mariano Martínez, who was talking with Commissioner López dels Mossos. One of the secrets of the day was the one who sent the Civil Guard that day.
2/24/2020 11:34 a.m.:
The prosecutor finishes. It is the turn of the defense of Major Trapero and Intendant Laplana. He asked about the Briefing on September 19th and what the instructions were. He confirms that orders were given by Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Baena.
2/24/2020 11: 26 a.m.:
Lieutenant C57393S accuses Sánchez and Cuixart of failing to respond to any of the requests made by members of the Civil Guard. That is, there was no collaboration, such as the termination of the protest.
2/24/2020 11: 24 a.m.:
The witness has recounted an alleged episode where members of the GRS of the Civil Guard had to hold the doors of Economy. "Sánchez and Cuixart did not want anyone in uniform to come out because they could be subjected to aggression," he concluded.
02/24/2020 11: 18 a.m.:
The Deputy Lieutenant is also the same person signing the report on the emails of Minister Raül Romeva, which served to incriminate him.
2/24/2020 11: 14 a.m.:
"After 11 o'clock at night, Laplana's substitute went to see the secretary and offered to go out through the rooftop, to the next-door theater.
02/24/2020 11:13 a.m.:
The witness now tells the Court how it was proposed that ANC volunteers would make a corridor so that the judicial committee could come out with the judicial secretary.
2/24/2020 11:06 a.m.:
The lieutenant admits that there were computer problems that slowed the search. A fact already denounced by Laplana and Major Trapero in his statement.
2/24/2020 11:03 a.m.:
Interestingly, in this statement by Lieutenant October 16, 2017, to Carmen Lamela, he did not specify as much time as he notified that there were weapons in the vehicles like this morning. Then he said before 1 p.m. Today said 2/4 of 11.
Statement to Carmen Lamela by the Lieutenant in charge of the Economic Court of Justice
2/24/2020 10:56 a.m.:
The Lieutenant does not remember talking to Anna Teixidó, Protocol Vice President. In his statement last week, he described his experience in the Economy lobby.
2/24/2020 10:52 a.m.:
Sánchez's requests were accepted, but he finally said no because the Guardia Civil did not accept that the detainees enter on foot. The lieutenant explains that Sánchez ordered what and how the Mossos could do.
2/24/2020 10:50 a.m.:
According to the witness, Sánchez proposed making a corridor. The then president of the ANC proposed detaining detainees without logoed vehicles or uniformed personnel.
2/24/2020 10:48 a.m.:
TIP C573933 does not go out of the script of what it explained to the investigation on September 23 to the command of the armed institute.
The statement before the Civil Guard by the same lieutenant of the Civil Guard who headed the judicial committee of the 20S
2/24/2020 10:40 a.m.:
The lieutenant says that on 2/4 at 11 a.m. , Laplana was warned that there were weapons in his cars. Other witnesses, on the other hand, say that no particular weapons were reported until 12 noon.
2/24/2020 10:37 a.m.:
According to witness numbers, at about 9:00 there were about 400 people but we can already see that it would grow. The Civil Guard Lieutenant describes the first concentrates as "senior citizens".
2/24/2020 10:34 a.m.:
He adds that he spoke to Laplana Intendant. "Taking advantage of the presence of a Mossos police officer, I asked for help in removing the people, he said he could do nothing, I was surprised because I did not see any public order incidents, and then I applied to my superior who asked the Mossos for support, "she recounts.
2/24/2020 10:34 a.m.:
The lieutenant now recounts that he went down to the lobby at nine and there was already a "certain tumult." "The traffic was cut off," he says.
2/24/2020 10:30 a.m.:
The witness reports that the day before they attended a briefing to prepare the ratio of 45 picks for the 20S. He says there was no talk of Unipost because the briefing was before the ballots were confiscated.
2/24/2020 10:28 a.m.:
The lieutenant assures the public prosecutor Pedro Rubira that at eight in the morning, when arriving at the headquarters of Economy, there was no one. It justifies the presence of 10 officers of the Civil Guard GRS.
2/24/2020 10: 26 a.m.:
The first to report is the C57393S Civil Guard Lieutenant assigned to the Judicial Police Unit headed by Daniel Baena. He was in charge of the Economy search. He was in charge of ten people.
2/24/2020 10: 20 a.m.:
20th Judgment Session in the Interior Dome. This Monday is the turn of the Mossos that acted during the 20S in Economy and of the Lieutenant of the Civil Guard who headed the judicial committee.


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20 FEB 2020 1:42 p.m.: TIP no. 3719. The hearing will resume on Monday.

20 FEB 2020 1:40 p.m.: The chief of the Terrassa police station details that the ARROs used the defences at the time of the departure of the court clerk, but the main eviction was "one by one".

Feb 20, 2020 1:35 p.m.: Prosecutor Rubira talks about "IMMEDIACIÓN service". The witness is corrected : it is «MEDIACIÓN".

20 FEB 2020 1:34 p.m.: TIP No. 3719 distinguishes between concentrates from the north and the south. Those in the North were heterogeneous and those in the South had a "squatter aesthetic". The prosecutor changes it by saying "estupa okupa or kale borroka".

20 FEB 2020 1:32 p.m.: "The committee was able to get out without problems on 1/4 of 9 at night", he concludes. It is the turn of Public Prosecutor Pedro Rubira, who, from the beginning, again asks the same questions as the defence.

20 FEB 2020 1:30 p.m.: "I talked many times with the Major and with Commissioner Ferran López, we were very concerned that the retinue could leave, I ran out of battery and everything", he says. In fact, the Major had been his direct boss at a previous destination.

Feb 20, 2020 1:25 p.m.: Mosso 3719 describes what operation he raised at Unipost. Remember that at 10 am there was a cordon of the Civil Guard. A corridor opened between the concentrates and two vehicles left. At about 4 a.m. there were 300 people there, but the secretary of justice could enter once the ARRO pulled the seated one by one from the north. He sought permission from Chief Commissioner Trapero to obtain administrative authorization to operate the ARRO.

20 FEB 2020 1:16 p.m.: New declaration, now by videoconference, TIP No. 5163, Deputy Chief of the Terrassa Police Station. He took part in the action of the Civil Guard in Unipost of the city.

20 FEB 2020 1:14 p.m.: The head of citizen security of Sabadell coincides in the testimony with his superior. It details how they got there and how they gained space from the concentrates. When the retreat left, the concentrates marched voluntarily.

20 FEB 2020 1:10 p.m.: The testimonial is over. New statement. It is now the turn of TIP No. dels Mossos 3719, Chief Inspector of Citizen Security of Sabadell. He performed at number two on Sant Ferran Street.

20 FEB 2020 1:08 p.m.: ARRO units were deployed in addition to citizen security. Among the concentrates were the political responsibilities of the City Council of Sabadell. Finally, they sustained the pressure of the people, with some injuries from the Mossos, and the retinue was able to leave.

20 FEB 2020 1:05 p.m.: At 9:15 they received a call informing them that the Civil Guard was conducting an activity. "The day before, there was one in Terrassa and I immediately linked it up", he argues to justify going himself.

Feb 20, 2020 1:02 p.m.: No questions from the prosecutor, new witness. Now the TIP No. 2028, Deputy Chief of the Sabadell Police Station. He participated in the interventions of the civilian guard squads in the city.

20 FEB 2020 12:59 p.m.: The Inspector arrives at 1/4 of 4 in the afternoon. He tried to mediate, until the mayor stormed, and at last the people got up. At the exit of the polygon, two seniors threw themselves on the ground, to prevent the exit again. They got up. Public Order was not needed.

20 FEB 2020 12:57 p.m.: He sent an unsigned logo to find out that there was a search and to offer himself to the sergeant for any help. The local police chief later called him so that the concentrates did not let go of the judicial retinue.

20 FEB 2020 12:55 p.m.: TIP Tournament No. 3082, Deputy Inspector and Head of the Caldes de Montbui Police Station. It had the control area of ​​Bigues i Riells in the 20S where they confiscated envelopes and ballots.

20 FEB 2020 12:53 p.m.: The witness ends, and the Prosecutor's Office does not ask questions.

20 FEB 2020 12:51 p.m.: It matches the TIP No. 1254’sversion, Granollers police station that attended the same search in Les Franqueses, at Josep Maria Jové’s home.

20 FEB 2020 12:49 p.m.: The Deputy Chief of the Region feels that on leaving the judicial committee the Mossos police line was beaten and shoved. Then he moved to Rubí and finally to Les Franqueses del Vallès, where he arrived at 2.15 p.m..

20 FEB 2020 12:46 p.m.: TIP No. 1218 describes the actions in which the ARRO acted in its area. The first case is Sabadell, before a concentration of about 700 people, by a search.

20 FEB 2020 12:43 p.m.: The hearing resumes with the statement of Mosso TIP No. 1218 Deputy Chief of the North Metropolitan Region.

20 FEB 2020 12:12 p.m.: 10 minute break

20 FEB 2020 12:11 p.m.: "The Deputy Chief of the Region told me that the ARRO would act, I asked for a moment to mediate, I spoke with the mayors of Vallromanes and Les Franqueses, they took the megaphone, the people were raised less than four CUP nannies", he details.

20 FEB 2020 12:10 p.m.: TIP No. 1254 details of how the ARROs and the rest of the police were distributed: "The only impediment to this was people sitting in front of the vehicle where the detainee was leaving", he says.

20 FEB 2020 12:07 p.m.: The head of the police station sent a countryman's code to assess the situation. He himself went later, with the assistant commander of the police station, and made himself available to Lieutenant Molina of the Civil Guard. The ARRO arrived half an hour later.

Feb 20, 2020 12:03 p.m.: New witness. The head of the Granollers police station, TIP No. 1254. Josep Maria Jovè, number two of the Vice-Presidency, was in charge of the service. They were alerted at 12:30.

20 FEB 2020 12:00 p.m.: The head of the ARRO witness has finished. The prosecutor has given the witness a lengthy examination.

20 FEB 2020 11:59 a.m.: "I've been dedicating this for ten years and being who these types of people are ... ... Had we acted we would have lit a spark in Barcelona", he said. The Prosecutor changes his notebook.

Feb 20, 2020 11:55 a.m.: Prosecutor Rubira asks about concepts in the narrative of the witness. The head of the ARRO clarifies that the public order units were not "saints of their devotion" to the concentrates. "They felt safe because they took the initiative, they had won the space, the aim was not to lose it".

20 FEB 2020 11:50 a.m.: Prosecutor Rubira asks about the functions of the witness. In fact, he still doesn't know what the ARRO are.

20 FEB 2020 11:48 a.m.: Towards the end of the afternoon, Commissioner Portals tasked him with collecting all the operatives to go to Economy to support the BRIMO. But at 12 they left because the next day they had the TSJC operative.

FEB 20 2020 11:45 a.m.: TIP No. remembers that in the Exteriors the concentrates did not exceed the 100. After the operation they left but the inspector folded around 12 at night.

FEB 20 2020 11:43 a.m.: TIP No. 1907 now describes the action of the ARRO Abroad. A sergeant first sent him. The commissioner charged him with collecting equip.m.: ent (10) because the priority was to remove the Civil Guard from outside.

20 FEB 2020 11:40 a.m.: The head of the ARRO explains that they tried to make a corridor but there was no way. "Think that we were ordinary people, if we had done a public order, with 40 tickets, it would have gone out of hand, " he says.

20 FEB 2020 11:39 a.m.: "We asked for cash from Tarragona and Girona", he remarks. "I never spoke to Intendant Laplana", she says. He was communicating with Commissioner Joan Portals.

20 FEB 2020 11:35 a.m.: "When we got down, we became the center of attention, we were the first people in public order, and we couldn't make the cord, a lot of people came and they couldn't even see us. We did not have enough people with 8 people, because they had to leave agents in car custody, and with a force that neither ... ", he narrates.

20 FEB 2020 11:32 a.m.: At 9:30 you see that impossible to enter. They must park on Gran Via where the traffic police had already cut off traffic. "I went down to make a valuation, we had to make a perimeter, but it was impossible", he remarks.

20 FEB 2020 11:29 a.m.: The head of the ARRO, then Inspector, receives a call at nine in the morning, although he has already heard through the networks. First of all, he personally travels to Economy Headquarters. "We took the available people at the police station".

20 FEB 2020 11:26 a.m.: TIP No. 2748. Turn of a new Mosso 1907, the head of the ARRO in Barcelona. Tubau asks.

20 FEB 2020 11:23 a.m.: "People wanted to stop the detainee from getting into the car, but they did not want to be taken out of the committee", he says. There were about 500 people. And he repeats that "their caps flew off."

20 FEB 2020 11:20 a.m.: Ask the prosecutor Pedro Rubira now. The Mosso insists on the "relative calm" of the protest in the morning. "There were only songs and we, uniformed police officers, could roam around without problems".

20 FEB 2020 11:17 a.m.: According to TIP No. 2748, the surprise was that at the end of the performance the people stayed. "I requested public order, and 25 minutes later 4 ARRO teams arrived . " "I talked all the time with the GRS sergeant, in fact he congratulated us on the performance", he recalls.

20 FEB 2020 11:12 a.m.: "I reminded the GRS sergeant to warn us two minutes in advance, and he said that maybe they would do a distraction maneuver - which was not done - and that the detainee came out." The 500 concentrates were amazed: "they scratched us, we dropped our caps and our fenders, we hit them ...". According to the assistant manager of Ciutat Vella, luck is better with having the GRS and Mossos joint device.

20 FEB 2020 11:07 a.m.: "I arrived there at about 10 am and I was made available to the GRS Sergeant of the Guardia Civil, the 11 officers we were citizen security", he says. "He told us to stay discreet." I will notify you two minutes before the departure of the retinue or detainees to prepare the device. "We were not warned."

20 FEB 2020 11:05 a.m.: TIP No. he receives a call from the Police Region after eight o'clock and sends a sergeant who arrives at 9/2/10. "He told me there were about 200 people demonstrating peacefully."

20 FEB 2020 11:03 a.m.: The interrogation in Teixidó ends. Mosso turn TIP No. 2748, assistant to the Ciutat Vella in Barcelona, ​​assisted in the External Search in Via Laietana.

20 FEB 2020 10:59 a.m.: "There is tension at night, eviction is tension and, in addition, it is new to me, it was a very emotional day", said Teixidó. "Sánchez and Cuixart insisted on the need to call and explained it to the Guardia Civil", says Teixidó.

20 FEB 2020 10:54 a.m.: Deputy Prosecutor Miguel Ángel Carballo branded as "characters" the "people accompanying Jordi Sanchez" for 20S.

20 FEB 2020 10:53 a.m.: Teixidó claims that the Civil Guard communicated directly with the Judge of Court No. 13.

20 FEB 2020 10:52 a.m.: Teixidó's testimony is accompanied by the creaking noise of his office door where he declares by videoconference.

20 FEB 2020 10:50 a.m.: The prosecutor asks questions about the orography of La Rambla. It is exactly the same as in the Supreme Court, which did not know the area. Prosecutors are accused of saying the case that has endangered Spain, and have not even seen the scene of 'crime'.

20 FEB 2020 10:49 a.m.: Teixidó translated the slogans protesters called on the Civil Guards. "We will vote", "The streets will always be ours" or "Freedom".

20 FEB 2020 10:48 a.m.: The lieutenant prosecutor asks the witness about the number of concentrates ... With the work that the Guardia Urbana has to give figures ... The testimony is not wrapped and escapes study.

20 FEB 2020 10:46 a.m.: The prosecutor asks Teixidó how he knows that the Guardia Civil did not ask to use the parking lot. The clear answer: "Because we were all together." Change of the third of the Public Prosecutor.

20 FEB 2020 10:43 a.m.: Teixidó later learned how the justice administration's letter came to be. Tubau's interrogation is over, no more defence asks questions. Public Prosecutor Carballo's turn asks you what your tasks are.

20 FEB 2020 10:40 a.m.: Teixidó saw the loads of Brimo at night. "It was a different profile than the whole day, it smelled of alcohol and other substances, it was another atmosphere", he insists.

20 FEB 2020 10:37 a.m.: Teixidó went out a couple of times in the morning. In the afternoon, about 2/4 of 5 he left to receive the Vice President and he had no difficulty. "An hour later I accompanied him to the Treasury and to cross the street it took three quarters of the density", he says.

20 FEB 2020 10:35 a.m.: According to Teixidó, there is only a front view in the lobby, and people are seen and heard in front. He accompanied a Civil Guard lieutenant to the top floor to find out the crowds.

20 FEB 2020 10:33 a.m.: Teixidó says he was given a small meeting room on the second floor by police officers who were part of the judicial committee.

20 FEB 2020 10:29 a.m.: Tubau asks the witness about the role of Intendant Laplana, for whom they have been asking for 4 years for sedition, and who has been in the hall all day. Sánchez was more present than with Cuixart, whom he had not met personally.

20 FEB 2020 10:25 a.m.: "Neither myself nor the private security officials were asked to leave our cars in the parking lot", says Teixidó who has been in the lobby since 12 noon. soothes of Economy.

20 FEB 2020 10:22 a.m.: Teixidó declares by video conference and without showing the image. He explains that he went into the job with the DNI in his hand and gave the details to a Civil Guard. Works on the sixth floor.

20 FEB 2020 10:21 a.m.: Detail that at eight o'clock he learned that the Guardia Civil had arrived at the headquarters of the Economy. He arrived at headquarters at 9am.

20 FEB 2020 10:20 a.m.: The first witness is Anna Teixidó, Head of Protocol and External Relations of the Vice-Presidency of the Generalitat. This was on 20S, and she still is.

20 FEB 2020 10:18 a.m.: The hearing of the trialt against the Interior leadership is resumed. Day 18. Chief Commissioner Trapero and Superintendent Laplana’s counsel begins with the dropping of five defence witnesses, on grounds of repetition.

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19 FEB 2020 16:33 p.m.: The hearing finishes, until tomorrow.

19 FEB 2020 16:32 p.m.: Castellví clarifies that unlike what they did with Minister Jordi Jané, to whom all prospectus reports were sent, Forn the Major said that he would already send those he considered relevant.

19 FEB 2020 16:29 p.m.: Castellví tells that months after the instruction of Zaragoza he met with him in Madrid to clarify doubts of the diligence on this instruction.

19 FEB 2020 16:28 p.m.: The prosecutor finishes, continues the letter of Trapero, Olga Tubau. He asks about the instruction of the Chief Prosecutor of the National High Court, Javier Zaragoza, to investigate the process. Castellví remembers it "perfectly".


Public Prosecutor Javier Zaragoza (p)

19 FEB 2020 16:25 p.m.: Castellví explains that Commissioner Molinero signaled a possible plan to arrest Puigdemont, at noon on October 27. "I only asked if I had to do something", he added.

19 FEB 2020 4:23 p.m.: Prosecutor Carballo asks about the role of the witness during O-1. It only contributes that he was at CECOR.

FEB 19 2020 4:18 p.m.: The hearing resumes. The interrogation of the prosecution with the Information Commissioner of the Mossos in 2017, Manuel Castellví, continues.

FEB 19 2020 2:49 p.m.: The hearing is supended until 4.15 p.m. 19 FEB 2020 2:39 p.m.: Castellví tells the prosecutor that "the Chief of Operative will make the decisions he thinks about the prospecting of the Information Analyst".

19 FEB 2020 2:37 p.m.: "It's okay to say that it is peaceful to explain that there are people who want to vote and that the police do not want it, it is passive resistance, and I can assure you that no organized combative group was set up", he sentences.

19 FEB 2020 2:33 p.m.: "We have not detected organized groups, after all three bodies, but if it is clear that there are thousands of schools and they have conflicting interests with the police, there could be a spark", he alerts.

19 FEB 2020 2:32 p.m.: The witness recounts the Palau's meeting with Puigdemont on 28 September. "They wanted me to be there to provide my vision of the 1-O scenarios", he says. "We said there would be people in schools".

19 FEB 2020 2:29 p.m.: Castellví insists that on September 28 he attended a meeting of the Subcommittee on Information where the three police forces agreed on a prospective and risk analysis.

FEB 19 2020 2:22 p.m.: The prosecutor asks about the September 28 report mentioning the Askegune concept. Castellví says it is a name used by Information Services on a regular basis. He minimises the importance of this. It's to stand before the police. Here is the report.


The September 28th report where askegune is mentioned (p)

19 FEB 2020 2:15 p.m.: Castellví gets tough and tells the Prosecutor: "These are reports of prospections, not dogmas of faith".

19 FEB 2020 2:12 p.m.: Here is the portion of the September 23 intelligence report that the prosecutor emphasizes on the body image toward the sovereignist public. Castellví specifies that it is "normal for the image to be stained" in the collective where it is being acted.


The evaluation report of September 23 about which the prosecutor asks for an explanation (p)

19 FEB 2020 2:05 p.m.: Castellví grieves Public Prosecutor Carballo. the Commissioner takes it philosophically, retorts and even warns: "Let me finish the answer." The prosecutor lets him.

19 FEB 2020 1:57 p.m.: Castellví naturally tells the prosecutor that his second, Miquel Justo Medrano, told him that the proceedings were already open. The commissioner had just landed on vacation.

19 FEB 2020 1:55 p.m.: This is the email that the prosecutor sends to Castellví. It's a communication to the Prefecture of October 2 about what you would do to investigate the events of September 20 in Economics. It provides ideas because the Civil Guard does not have all the information.

 E-mail from Castellví to the Prefecture on what was added to the 20S investigation (p)

19 FEB 2020 1:43 p.m.: The then Chief of Information of the Mossos remembers the reports and testimonies sent to the prosecutor's office on the activities of promoting the referendum through open sources. Here are the reports.

 The report sent to the Prosecutor's Office with inquiries into the Referendum Information (p)

19 FEB 2020 1:38 p.m.: Castellví reminds the Court that its police station made an intelligence report in 2014 on the participatory process of 9 November. A petition for the Barcelona Court of Investigation No. 3.

19 FEB 2020 1:22 p.m.: Castellví is forced to define what the watermark means "reserved" and "confidential" in intelligence reports.

19 FEB 2020 1:17 p.m.: The prosecutor asks Commissioner Castellví for the first intelligence report collected by the Civil Guard on September 8 that made special emphasis on revolutionary independence.



Commissioner Castellví’s September 8 report (p)

19 FEB 2020 1:12 p.m.: Commissioner Castellví reports on the Intelligence reports made by its police station. "These are projections of a specialist on situations that can occur", he says. They were sent to the chain of command, to the Prefecture.

19 FEB 2020 1:10 p.m.: Prosecutor Carballo examines. Commissioner Castellví recalls that he was out of the country during the 20S. He returned on September 27 to his office.


Commissioner Manel Castellví (p)

19 FEB 2020 1:07 p.m.: Commissioner Comes recalls that on 1-O a double homicide was committed. The interrogation ends. The former Chief of Information, Commissioner Manuel Castellví, will take the stand.

19 FEB 2020 1:06 p.m.: "People who weren't wearing their uniforms turned on for years, with country cars and their uniforms, we had trouble finding material", says Commissioner Comes.

19 FEB 2020 1:04 p.m.: At the first meeting, prior, the Chief Commissioner asked for "maximum rigor" in complying with the TSJC's call. In the second, the three levels of action of the paired police plan were detailed. Couple of Mossos, public order and, in the last analysis, Civil Guard and CNP.

19 FEB 2020 1:02 p.m.: Rubira completes her interrogation, defence time. Olga Tubau, Trapero's lawyer, asks about the two meetings held in Egara on September 29. One with the chief commissioners and one with 220 commanders.

19 FEB 2020 1:00 p.m.: "We did not know who would order a possible arrest, whether the TSJC president or a magistrate", Comes replies. The prosecutor tells him that an arrest must be ordered by the investigating magistrate. Comes recalls that they were gauged. Espejel cuts the prosecutor.

19 FEB 2020 12:58 p.m.: Comes insists on explaining that Inspector Garcia, Chief of Relations with Justice - has his office in the City of Justice - sent TSJC for instructions. She showed up to the escorts and Barrientos's secretary to tell them she was available.

19 FEB 2020 12:55 p.m.: "On the 27th they declared independence and we were waiting until 2am ... I called because the TSJC had been closed and there was no arrest warrant", says a resigned commissioner.

19 FEB 2020 12:54 p.m.: "I did not have to stop anyone because I had to coordinate the operation with the TSJC. I asked three questions, where they would be kept, how they would be transported, and who would do it",

19 FEB 2020 12:51 p.m.: "On October 27, around 12 noon, I arrived at the Cecor in carrer de Bolivia, and Commissioner Molinero explained to me that he had a plan to arrest the Government", he said. "It is confidential, I was delivered with the paired police of detention", he confesses.


Commissioner Comes, during his testimony (p)

19 FEB 2020 12:43 p.m.: "It was a very surreal meeting", categorizes Comes.

19 FEB 2020 12:41 p.m.: Comes details what happened to the meeting with the then Secretary of the Treasury, Lluís Salvadó. The Major warned him that long ago they had been asked for accommodation and the Mossos refused. The meeting lasted five minutes. Here the e-mail.

Rafael Comes’ e-mail to the prefecture to explain the meeting with Lluís Salvadó

19 FEB 2020 12:37 p.m.: A new witness, Commissioner Rafael Comes, head of the Criminal Investigation Division. Prosecutor Rubira asks.

19 FEB 2020 12:36 p.m.: Martell, in defence of Soler, only asks two questions about the emails that Guerrero sent to his client. Like Puig's defence, Fermin Morales asks about the normality of these emails. The Chief Inspector makes it clear: yes.

Deputy Inspector Josep Lluís Guerrero during his statement (p)

19 FEB 2020 12:30 p.m.: "On October 1 my task was to gather information through our patrol management program which I compiled in a two-hour document, which was passed to my superior then. intendant Rosell, "he explains.

19 FEB 2020 12:29 p.m.: Prosecutor Rubirola after detailing his role on September 19 asks Guerrero to explain his role during October 1.

19 FEB 2020 12:24 p.m.: César Puig's defence does not ask questions. After a 15-minute break, TIP No. 1763, Inspector Josep Lluís Guerrero.

19 FEB 2020 12:00 p.m.: Pere Soler defence's turn. Public Prosecutor Cristobal Martell brandishes Francesc Sutrias's request for protection for his client, which the Mossos rejected. Commissioner Molinero says he is not aware that Soler complained.

19 FEB 2020 11:58 a.m.: Sra. Tubau asks if he thinks President Puigdemont had no doubt that the Mossos were not with the process. He also makes it clear that he insisted on the criteria of police action, as the Mossos always do.

19 FEB 2020 11:54 a.m.: Counsel requests explanations for "technical sweeps" and requests for surveillance of people. For example, the case of Josep Maria Jové, after being detained.

19 FEB 2020 11:52 a.m.: Molinero also explains to the Court the opinion of the Mossos on the requisitioning by the CNP of the documents that were going to the incinerator. He normalizes the incineration and criticizes leaks that have put undercover agents at risk.


 Una imatge de la requisa de la documentació a les portes de la incineradora per part del CNP (p)


19 FEB 2020 11:43 a.m.: Commissioners Castellví and Quevedo were added to the meeting. Trapero acted as spokesman. In addition to expressing concern, the Major called for containment in the statements. The President reiterated that he would fulfill his term. "Do what you think you should do", he replied. "When we said goodbye, the Major told him that he hoped there would be no misery in Catalonia ... the president answered that if it happened, he would declare independence".

19 FEB 2020 11:38 a.m.: Trapero again requested a meeting with the President on September 28. He asked Vice President Junqueras and Parliamentary President Carme Forcadell to join the meeting. "We wanted to expand our concerns and we would have more influence", he says.

19 FEB 2020 11:37 a.m.: "The answer was not very specific or specific, Councilman Forn says nothing, the President told us that he must obey the commandment of Parliament and that he would take our observations into account but that there would be a referendum", says the commissioner.

19 FEB 2020 11:36 a.m.: "We told the President we would be strict with law enforcement, court orders and the prosecutor's office", details of the prefecture's meeting with Puigdemont on October 26.

19 FEB 2020 11:34 a.m.: "By no means did we propose inaction!", Says Molinero, who calls Sra. Tubau «senyoría» ("your Honour"). The lawyer reminds her that she is not a judge. Not yet.

19 FEB 2020 11:33 a.m.: Miller spoke to the helicopter chief in case they could land in Parliament.

19 FEB 2020 11:30 a.m.: Tubau enters to dismantle one of the allegations of allegations that the guidelines for action were slow. "No, on paper they may seem like it, but it's very agile, communication is immediate! There is no delay", argues Molinero. "It is a common system, for example, in general strikes or demonstrations, climate operations such as Gloria".

19 FEB 2020 11:25 a.m.: Commissioner Molinero recalls that many units of Mossos were tasked with monitoring public buildings. "Drives who saw vehicles passing two or three times checked their license plates to make sure that they were not hostile. It is common practice."

19 FEB 2020 11:21 a.m.: Commissioner Molinero assures, contrary to accusations, that leave and leave be granted on those days in October and September.

19 FEB 2020 11:16 a.m.: Commissioner Molinero explains to the defence the operation of October 1, It emphasizes that in CECOR there were no politicians.

19 FEB 2020 11:06 a.m.: Commissioner Molinero claims that Chief Commissioner Trapero hung up on Jordi Sànchez. He also commented that the president of the ANC reproached him that it was BRIMO who made the cord in front of Economy.

19 FEB 2020 11:03 a.m.: Commissioner Molinero makes it clear that Superintendent Laplana could not give orders to public order units, only acting as a "common thread" between CECOR, mediator, and the heads of the device.

19 FEB 2020 11:01 a.m.: Commissioner Molinero says in the room that in the CECOR there are usually political representatives, but not on 20S.

19 FEB 2020 11:01 a.m.: Defence counsel's turn. Sra. Olga Tubau, Trapero's lawyer, begins his interrogation. It begins on the 20-S. He testifies that the first notice they received from the Civil Guard was generic and without specifying where.

19 FEB 2020 10:59 a.m.: Molinero acknowledges that the Excel [spreadsheet] was destroyed where paired policemen were shared by Government members.

19 FEB 2020 10:59 a.m.: "We have assigned a paired police of a commissioner and an intendant to a member of the Government who does not know that he will have to make this arrest, with the phones of the escorts", insists Molinero.

19 FEB 2020 10:57 a.m.: Molinero explains that from October 25th to 28th the Intervention Panel wiould be asked to be on the lookout, as they always were, in order to carry out the plan, without specifying what it was.

19 FEB 2020 10:56 a.m.: "This plan was not communicated to the Director General of Police, it was a sensitive plan", notes Commissioner Molinero. The prosecutor asks if they trustred him, the judge cuts in. "Make no guesses", she reproaches him.

19 FEB 2020 10:53 a.m.: "I talked to the helicopter chief about the possibilities of landing in the Ciutadella Park", says Molinero. He also emphasized that he spoke with Commissioner Comes, chief of criminal investigations, who was tasked with liaising with the TSJC. Inspector Garcia Solana, responsible for relations with Justice, orders him to move to the TSJC on the 27th to make himself available to Jesus Maria Barrientos.

19 FEB 2020 10:49 a.m.: The detention plan was made with Commissioner López on 25 and 26 October and we decided not to write it, neither were it known to the superintendents and commissioners who were to take it out. "Trapero told us that he believed the President should be detained, and we told him that as a Major he was not to be detained, but Commissioner Lopez or myself."

19 FEB 2020 10:47 a.m.: Molinero assures that no specific plan was made to detain the Government before October 25, although they previously thought they could receive this arrest warrant.

19 FEB 2020 10:45 a.m.: Molinero details how the arrest of the Government and, in particular, of Puigdemont would have been carried out. "We had to foresee rallies in the Citadel, so it is normal to activate Tedax and the canine unit that work with law enforcement units, it was not in parliament to detain and leave", he says.

19 FEB 2020 10:37 a.m.: Public Prosecutor Carballo asks a handful of trap questions. The technique is to go back and forth. He even asks things he answered yesterday. Judge Espejel stops him in his tracks. "He has already answered", she reproaches Carballo.

19 FEB 2020 10:35 a.m.: Commissioner Molinero goes out of his way to explain to the Prosecutor how the BRIMO should act in a moving demonstration. "The BRIMO move to prevent riots following a demonstration.".




 Molinero, during his testimony this morning before the Prosecutor (p)

19 FEB 2020 10:32 a.m.: Commissioner Molinero explains that an e-mail was sent with the list of schools where CNP and Civil Guard support was required. "In some they had already intervened, but they were reopened", he says.

19 FEB 2020 10:23 a.m.: Commissioner Molinero remembers documented cases of members of Government failing to vote because of the police cordons. Such was the case of the then Vice President Oriol Junqueras.

19 FEB 2020 10:21 a.m.: The Commissioner remarks that Puigdemont had an escort service as the highest authority in Catalonia. "No special operation was made for any member of the Government", he says.

19 FEB 2020 10:20 a.m.: Commissioner Molinero testifies with no holes barred, like his partner, Commissioner Ferran López. This is a substantial difference from their counterparts from the National Police and Civil Guard Corps. It is an exercise in transparency that reinforces the image that they have nothing to hide.

19 FEB 2020 10:15 a.m.: Commissioner Molinero recalls: "The pair of Mossos had to stay after the action at the polling station".

19 FEB 2020 10:11 a.m.: "No police or uniformed police were tailed, either on October 1 or on the previous days, there may be specific situations that have their explanation", he adds.

19 FEB 2020 10:10 a.m.: Commissioner Molinero insists to the Prosecutor that there were no tailings. Specifically, the Mossos units monitored the exits of Guardia Civil and CNP detachments, in case there be disturbances. "The responsibility was ours", he concludes. 19 FEB 2020 10:07 a.m.: The odd thing is that today, for the first time, the hearing has started on time. Commissioner Molinero gives the public prosecutor details of his role at the CECOR on October 1.

19 FEB 2020 10:03 a.m.: The trial resumes, on the Interior Ministry leadership. Day 18. The prosecutor's continues to examine Commissioner Joan Carles Molinero.


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18 FEB 2020 2:58 p.m.: The hearing adjourns until tomorrow. The prosecutor says the witness is tired.

18 FEB 2020 2:58 p.m.: The Prosecutor is intrigued about how the ARROs closed the schools. Commissioner Molinero explains that there are 110 schools and 10 different casuistry. "They used coercive means", he says.

18 FEB 2020 2:29 p.m.: The public prosecutor, in his unsuccessful examination, asks Commissioner Molinero's explanations for the revision and amendment of the October 1 reports. "The information was supplemented when the judicial authority already had the report”, he claims. “This was done because it was working on the subsequent information that we detected that important actions of ARRO are not well explained, for example, it is not said how many ballot boxes were seized", he says.

18 FEB 2020 2:21 p.m.: "We did not set up the operation based on the reports of the General Information Division, but on the basis of the order of the High Court of Justice of Catalonia", warns Commissioner Molinero.

18 FEB 2020 2020 2:18 p.m.: The Commissioner tries to remind the Prosecutor that a court order is not a straitjacket. Although they knew about the "escoles obertes", they also knew that there were no computers, no ballot boxes, no ballot papers or anything that was directly linked to the referendum. "And so did the Guardia Civil and CNP, neither or whom, to my knowledge, stopped any of these activities either."

18 FEB 2020 2020 2:15 p.m.: Commissioner Molinero gets fed up of the Prosecutor proselytizing. "I don't think a human wall can be compared to a kale borroka."

18 FEB 2020 2:08 p.m.: Commissioner Molinero recalls that the reports of the General Information Division were shared with the information services of the CNP and the Civil Guard. Specifically, through the information subcommittee of the three Corps.

18 FEB 2020 2:06 p.m.: Commissioner Molinero clobbers Prosecutor Carballo: "If the paired policemen had been withdrawn in the morning, the same would have happened as with the CNP and the Civil Guard: the centres would have reopened".

18 FEB 2020 2:05 p.m.: This is the report by Commissioner Quevedo, head of the General Technical Commission, which stated about 40,000 officers would be needed to try to stop the referendum. José Antonio Nieto, number two in the Interior Ministry, said that 90,000 would be needed.

  
Quevedo's report on the need for personnel to comply with the Prosecutor's order (p)

18 FEB 2020 1:59 p.m.: Commissioner recalls that 293 schools did not open thanks to the paired policemen and they closed 24 on October 1, while 110 were closed by the ARROs. Commissioner Molinero admits that with the paired policemen they had hoped to close more.

18 FEB 2020 1:56 p.m.: Molinero assures that in coordination meetings nobody questioned the plan of the paired policemen, not even the police coordinator Diego Pérez de los Cobos.



Commissioner Molinero during his statement (p)

18 FEB 2020 1:52 p.m.: The Commissioner emphasizes that the General Information Division’s studies, as October 1 approached, detected more mobilization and warned riots and "situations of conflict and violence" were possible.

18 FEB 2020 1:48 p.m.: The Commissioner points out to Public Prosecutor Carballo that it was all three bodies that wereauthorized to carry out the TSJC's order.

FEB 18 2020 1:45 p.m.: Commissioner Molinero details the plan to comply with instruction 5/2017 of the Public Prosecutor's Office. 2,290 centres that could be polling stations were visited.

FEB 18 2020 1:38 p.m.: Commissioner Molinero: "We decided to issue an internal statement that clarified that Forn's statements were not true and that we did not agree that the appointment of a coordinator should fall upon a person who has political responsibilities in the Ministry of the Interior, such as De Los Cobos, instead of someone with operational command».

FEB 18 2020 1:36 p.m.: Commissioner Molinero details that Chief Commissioner Trapero's explanations about the Prosecutor's instruction 4/2017 were made with the Chief Commissioner at Mataró police station. It was then when they heard on the radio statements by Minister Forn that "the Mossos did not agree with the appointment of De los Cobos". "We decided to issue an internal statement that clarifies that Forn's statements were not true and only that we did not agree that the appointment of a coordinator should fall upon a person who has political responsibilities in the Ministry of the Interior, and not someone with operational command, as laid down in the agreements of the Security Board".

18 FEB 2020 1:32 p.m.: The hearing resumes with the trestimony of Commissioner Molinero.

FEB 18 2020 1:02 p.m.: A fifteen-minute break.

18 FEB 2020 1:00 p.m.: Commissioner Molinero insists on explaining this e-mail from Commissioner Castellví on 2 October. The Information Commissioner had just come back from hius vacation and did not know that a report was being drafted by another unit.


Commissioner Castellví's October 2nd e-mail (p)


18 FEB 2020 12:54 p.m.: Commissioner Molinero tells the prosecutor where the BRIMO was posted. The Commissioner says that the unit had security tasks beyond the referendum, because public order was carried out by the ARROs. The prosecutor still does not know what the ARROs are.

18 FEB 2020 12:44 p.m.: Here is the internal statement that the Public Prosecutor is trying to explain. It merely set up a permanent command centre during the run-up to October 1. The goal is to have a visible, clear, responsible command in each shift.

 The internal communiqué establishing the shift command centre in the communiqué (p)

18 FEB 2020 12:41 p.m.: Commissioner Molinero explains that the intention of the Mossos was "not to set the street on fire". "If the referendum was held, the police would certainly comply with court orders, which would cause riots, which was our main concern."

18 FEB 2020 12:39 p.m.: "We do not work by image, but as the law says, and in the margin that gives us with proportionality, opportunity and congruence, we work neither to content anything nor anyone", sentences Commissioner Molinero.

18 FEB 2020 12:35 p.m.: Commissioner Molinero explains that in 2015 they were instructed by the Public Prosecutor's Office to investigate the process and the work was entrusted to the General Information Division.

18 FEB 2020 12:29 p.m.: Notice and warning by the Presiding Judge, Concepción Espejel, to Public Prosecutor Carballo for inductive questions or asking the witness for conditional opinions. "You should have..." Sr. Carballo was saying when Sra. Espejel cut him with a dry "Mister Prosecutor".

18 FEB 2020 12:26 p.m.: Commissioner Molinero tells Prosecutor Carballo that the role of the General Information Division is to make situation reports so that the operations can be prepared.

18 FEB 2020 12:22 p.m.: Commissioner Molinero explains the email in which Commissioner Comes explains a meeting with the then Secretary of the Economy Lluís Salvadó, on tax control. A meeting that served to confirm that the Mossos took no notice of such demands from the Government.





 Rafael Comes’ e-mail to the prefecture to explain his meeting with Lluís Salvadó (p)

18 FEB 2020 12:06 p.m.: The weapons in the vehicles of the Guardia Civil reappear. Molinero remarks that they did not find out that there were specifically weapons in them until noon. Later than 1 p.m. Earlier, the Civil Guard had stated that "there was sensitive equipment" in them.

18 FEB 2020 11:55 a.m.: Commissioner Molinero differentiates, as if it were a Barrio Sésamo gag, between making a three metre cordon and trying to get people 30 metres away from the Ministry. "It's not the same", he insists.

18 FEB 2020 11:50 a.m.: Molinero attempts to put order into the chaotic examination by Public Prosecutor Carballo. For the time being, the Commissioner follows the script explained by his colleagues and the 20S reports on the Department of the Economy.

18 FEB 2020 11:34 a.m.: Prosecutor Miguel Ángel Carballo examines Commissioner Molinero. The prosecutor has not prepared much about who the witness is or his current position, nevertheless Molinero quickly answers the first questions concerning 20-S.

18 FEB 2020 11:20 a.m.: Sr. Batlle has finished and now it will be the turn of Commissioner Molinero.

18 FEB 2020 11:18 a.m.: Sr. Batlle responds to the defences of Pere Soler and Cèsar Puig. He calmly details that the post of Secretary of Interior is not operational, but almost budgetary. I told Puig to continue "because this can go very sour". "He was a bulwark", he said.

18 FEB 2020 11:13 a.m.: Sr. Batlle: "Perez de los Cobos was a political appointment of the Ministry of the Interior, I never saw him in uniform, ... For us he was number three in the Ministry of the Interior, in the previous meetings to prepare the Security Board I never dispatched with the Minister or the Secretary of State for Security but I did with de los Cobos, several meetings in which Chief Commissioner Trapero participated".

18 FEB 2020 11:10 a.m.: Batlle reaffirms in the Chief Commissioner 's defence that Mediation was also activated in court operations such as a eviction. Court orders had to be enforced but Mediation was sent if there was a risk of conflict.

18 FEB 2020 11:07 a.m.: The protocol was a "risk analysis" and according to what it said, the Mediation Area was activated and "did a commendable job" and avoided much conflict. Mediation and modifications to the BRIMO were Chief Commissioner Trapero's criteria. "While I was director there were no major conflicts", he says.

18 FEB 2020 11:04 a.m.: Sr. Batlle recalls that Chief Commissioner Trapero ordered a Mossos per la Independència' banner to be removed.

18 FEB 2020 11:03 a.m.: Batlle tells the Court that he issued an internal order urging members of the Corps to refrain from expressing political opinions in the wake of Mossos per la Independència's banners and messages.

18 FEB 2020 11:02 a.m.: The Major, the Prefecture and the Interior leadership did not give Economy access to the Mossos tourist files to calculate the tourist rate. "They had to do it through other channels", he said.

18 FEB 2020 11:00 a.m.: Batlle normalizes escort requests and "sweeps" in offices. "These are elementary security rules, and they are still being implemented in the country ... in Catalonia and Spain", he jokes in the Proscutor’s direction.

18 FEB 2020 10:57 a.m.: Batlle: "Anyone who knows Chief Commissioner Trapero knows that no suggestion could be made to him".

18 FEB 2020 10:56 a.m.: "When I resigned, if one thing worried me it was to know in whose hands all that could end up in. I asked Trapero and Puig to follow me", he emphasized.



Sr. Batlle, during his testimony (p)

18 FEB 2020 10:51 a.m.: Batlle defends the Chief Commissioner and recalls that when he was appointed Chief Commissioner the pro-independence society called it "a stab in the back» (Translator’s note: playing with the double meaning of the word «trapera»).

18 FEB 2020 10:50 a.m.: Public Prosecutor Rubira’s examination ends, detailing how he departed from the Prefecture. Turn of Chief Commissioner Trapero's counsel.
 
Prosecutor Pedro Rubira, during the examination  (p)

18 FEB 2020 10:48 a.m.: The prosecutor asks Batlle if when he talks about "country" he refers to Catalonia or Spain. Batlle looks professional and with the palm of his hand vertically on the table, replies that he "refers to Catalonia".

18 FEB 2020 10:45 a.m.: "A resignation always has political, personal reasons, mainly the discomfort and the political situation of Catalonia, but also that the new Minister has a perfect right to appoint his team", says Batlle. "I had serious disagreements about how things were going in Catalonia and I did not have the confidence of the Government at that time", he emphasizes.

18 FEB 2020 10:43 a.m.: Sr. Batlle claims to have resigned due to some "discomfort", and more so after Minister Jordi Jané resigned. "In addition, out of loyalty, it is logical that the new Minister has his team", he remarks.

18 FEB 2020 10:38 Batlle: "In three years as director of the Police only once did I have to authorize FOAM being fired". He adds that when Mossos acted as judicial police, they took orders from the judges, not the governing authority.

18 FEB 2020 10:36 a.m.: Batlle acting as a « Batlle» (Mayor): Prosecutor Rubirola: «How is an expense processed through administrative channels: can it be done verbally?» Batlle: «In a serious administration an administrative procedure is performed».

18 FEB 2020 10:34 a.m.: Sr. Rubira listens as Sr. Batlle explains that meetings with the Prefecture were held every time large protests or protests were expected. Sr. Batlle affirms the thesis of Cèsar Puig, that the secretary-general of the department only validated the budget.

18 FEB 2020 10:31 a.m.: The former Director General of Police explains the operation of the 9N consultation. Skilfully, Sr. Batlle, it drops that the operation was approved by the Prosecutor's office. Rubira retorts: "The question was not about the role of the prosecution."

18 FEB 2020 10:29 a.m.: Sr. Batlle details that he was present at all coordination centres, but "operational decisions were the responsibility of those in uniform". "I'm not a cop", he warns.

18 FEB 2020 10:28 a.m.: Sr. Rubira asks Batlle about the Mediation Area. This division fell within the Institutional Relations Division which was at the same time the only division that fell within the General Directorate of Police.

18 FEB 2020 10:26 a.m.: He is examined by Public Prosecutor Pedro Rubira. He asks him why he decided to appoint a Chief Commissioner. Batlle claims that Trapero had done "very good work in the Corps". "It was a good moment", he adds. "I didn't understand why the rank was vacant".

18 FEB 2020 10:23 a.m.: Sitting in the witness box is Albert Batlle, former Director General of the Police (June 2014 to July 2017). He is currently Deputy Mayor of Barcelona for the PSC-Units per Avançar.

Albert Batlle on his arrival at the National Court (p)

18 FEB 2020 10:21 a.m.: The policeman admits to questions from the defence that the Mossos voluntarily displayed their TIPs. Seconds earlier, however, he said it was not normal to call on policemen to identify themselves.

18 FEB 2020 10:19 a.m.: First, a CNP Information member, TIP No. 86901, testifies. He had been identified by the Mossos.

18 FEB 2020 10:15 a.m.: Day 17 of the trial of the Interior leadership. It is the turn of interesting witnesses. The former Director of Police Albert Batlle and the Commissioners of the Prefecture, Joan Carles Molinero, the Chief Information Officer during 2017, Manel Castellví, José Luis Guerrero, Chief of shift in the Command Room, and Rafael Comes, Chief of Criminal Investigation.


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17 FEB 2020 2:49 p.m.: Today’s hearing ends, with the dropping of former Minister Montserrat Tura as a witness and the letter presented by the Prefecture Commissioner, Cristina Manresa, claiming her right not to testify as she is being investigated by a Sabadell court.

17 FEB 2020 2:48 p.m.: TIP No. 11741 assures that his is not the voice that has the CNP recorded. "We offered a voice expert talk to the CNP which they turned down," he insists. The prosecutor closes: "No more questions."

17 FEB 2020 2:45 p.m.: Here is the statement made before the CNP of TIP No. 11741.


The statement before the CNP by TIP No. 11741 (p)

17 FEB 2020 2:41 p.m.: End the Mosso cap de Torn in Gràcia. It is now the turn of TIP No. 11741. He was Codex 901, that is, attached to the research service, not directly to the referendum. "I only transported paired policemens," he says

FEB 17 2020 2:35 p.m.: The prosecutor Pedro Rubirola finishes. Tubau’s turn. TIP No. 4631 insists: "Categorically no, no leaves were given." "I've never seen so many people working," he warns.

FEB 17 2020 2:28 p.m.: TIP No. 4631 explains what it means to send pairs of policemen to "a safe point". "It was common sense, they had to perform ancillary functions and not be on the receiving end of any charges".

17 FEB 2020 2:21 p.m.: The testifier was in charge of logistics. "That day the staff tripled, there was more material to be distributed and everyone - the paired poilice - had to have the full equipment", states TIP No. 4631.

17 FEB 2020 2:20 p.m.: Inspector No. 4271’s testimony ends, now Mosso TIP No. 4631. Head of shift at the ABP de Gràcia, Gaudi 600.

17 FEB 2020 2:18 p.m.: The inspector is a member of the SICME, the Mossos d'Esquadra Commanders' Union (majority in these ranks) and belonged to the management. Nor did the union receive any instructions on how to act on October 1.

17 FEB 2020 2:15 p.m.: The inspector describes the 1-O operation as a joint operation. A single operation with three police bodies. "Not a single commander was instructed not to act, it would have been illegal", he says.

FEB 17 2020 2:10 p.m.: The prosecutor's interrogation is over. It is the turn of Chief Commissioner Trapero’s counsel. Tubau explains that the police station received between 30 and 35 support agents because the police station’s own resources were busy. The police vans came from the prisons.

FEB 17 2020 2:04 p.m.: Inspector details to Prosecutor Carballo that phones and whatsapps are used every day because the conversations must be "concise and concise" by radio. "When you figure out they are going to be long, call me on my mobile phone", he adds.

17 FEB 2020 2:01 p.m.: Here is the report by the Inspector, TIP No. 4271 after October 1 1. He details the same thing he tells the Court. He admits that none of the 20 colleges could be closed. Only the ARRO tried to act in the Nausica school and they also stopped because of the large number of people.


The Report by TIP No. 4271, head of the Sarrià ABP on October 1 (p)

17 FEB, 2020 1:57 p.m.: The hearing continues. Mosso TIP No. 4271 now testifies. Head of the Basic Area of Sarrià-Sant Gervasi during October 1. Gaudí 51. Explains that he ordered his personnel to prevent the illegal referendum.

17 FEB 2020 1:54 p.m.: Sr. Morales ends the interrogation discharging his client. Quintela cannot attach any operational function to him.

17 FEB 2020 1:52 p.m.: Commissioner Quintela claims that the post of Secretary of the Interior is "of great importance". The Civil Guard's report did not even put him at the same level as the Secretary of State for Security.

17 FEB 2020 1:51 p.m.: Sr. Martell ends the interrogation. He managed to remove Sr. Soler from the equation of the reports. It is the turn of Cèsar Puig's lawyer, Fermín Morales.

17 FEB 2020 1:45 p.m.: The report 'forgot' a tweet by Soler on October 3 that called for protests not to take place in the spaces where the Civil Guard and the National Police Corps slept, as well as asking for the siege of the Prefecture in Via Laietana to be cancelled.

17 FEB 2020 1:43 p.m.: CNP put in a report a statement by Soler before being even warned by the Constitutional Court. Also, it was a tweet.

17 FEB 2020 1:42 p.m.: Sr. Martell puts the focus on a report on statements by political leaders. There is only one statement by Soler. This statement was made before there was any Prosecutor's instruction.

17 FEB 2020 1:38 p.m.: Sra. Tubau completes her cross-examination. Time for Pere Soler’s counsel, lawyer Cristóbal Martell. 17 FEB 2020 1:30 p.m.: Sra. Tubau is now queastions the quality of CNP reports on communication channels and vehicle number plate requests that the Commissioner has used to accuse the Mossos of "tailing".

17 FEB 2020 1:20 p.m.: Tubau reminds CNP Commissioner that the Mossos' number two, Ferran López, offered to share a command centre with all active police forces. "I just know that four tracking cells were constituted," he adds.

17 FEB 2020 1:10 p.m.: Quintela now comments on the minutes found at the incinerator. Specifically, on the 33 that had annotations. The commissioner admits that the number of closed polling stations was lowered.

17 FEB 2020 1:08 p.m.: The hearing resumes. The interrogation of Commissioner Quintela of the National Police Corps, Chief of Information of the operation for 1-O, by the Major's defence continues.

17 FEB 2020 12:48 p.m.: Recess in the hearing.

17 FEB 2020 12:38 p.m.: Sra. Tubau is now focusing her strategy on showing that Commissioner Quintela had an interest in leaking confidential documentation of the incinerator to the headboards of Madrid.

17 FEB 2020 12:33 p.m.: Sra. Tubau reproaches the commissioner for confidential documentation hacvinbg been leaked to the media before being handed over to the National High Court.

17 FEB 2020 12:28 p.m.: The email that Sra. Tubau refers to in the documents confiscated by the CNP at the incinerator on 26 October is from Commissioner Gámez to Commissioner Molinero where he orders Molinero to undertake an inquiry into the facts and orders a report for the Prefecture.

 Gámez's mail to Molinero ordering an inquiry (p)

17 FEB 2020 12:19 p.m.: Sra. Tubau reminds him that Brimo units were put under the orders of Diego Pérez de los Cobos at the points offered by Carles Hernández. At no point can Quintela prove that they were given more vacations or that they were extended. And so he admits. The judge tells him not to offer opinions.

17 FEB 2020 12:07 p.m.: Commissioner Quintela's report No. 6053/2017 on the Mossos’ commanders, about which Sra. Tubau asks about the content and who ordered him to write it.


 Quintela's report No. 6053 on the Mossos' commanders (p)

17 FEB 2020 12:01 p.m.: Quintela claims that the binomials ' plan was "not to stop anything" but to "cover up". "Ballot boxes began to arrive ... maybe there was a collaboration, it was the police of the authorities that organized the 1-O." The magistrate cuts him off for giving his opinions.

17 FEB 2020 11:51 a.m.: "Some of the polling stations that the CNP closed reopened", Quintela admits.

17 FEB 2020 11:48 a.m.: Quintela puts the end of the CNP's interventions between 5 and 6 p.m. "We started the service at five a.m. with a briefing to inform that we would support the Mossos (...) although we had to prevent the referendum all day, the weariness of the IPUs reduced the performances," he explains.

17 FEB 2020 11:42 a.m.: Quintela eludes the issue when asked about the Mossos' non-compliance, which he did not report on finding that schools were occupied.

17 FEB 2020 11:36 a.m.: The commissioner defends himself by claiming that they were watching to know where the schools were but did not have the task of requisitioning election material, which was Mossos' job.

17 FEB 2020 11:34 a.m.: Here is the report given by Tubau to Commissioner Quintela where he himself accredited De los Cobos that information agents monitored the schools the night before 1-O and did nothing.





Quintela’s report about Open Schools (p)


17 FEB 2020 11:32 a.m.: Trapero’s defence forces Commissioner Quintela on to the defence. She emphasizes that the «Crida a les Escoles Obertes « (Call to Open Schools) was prior to the Prosecutor's Instruction. The CNP was aware of this occupation and did nothing, although the Prosecutor's Office enabled them to act.

17 FEB 2020 11:17 a.m.: Quintela boasted to the public prosecutor that a mole forwarded him an email from Commissioner López on September 14, which distilled the collusion of the corps with the referendum. He now says "it was all over the place, not just the mail, though it was important".

17 FEB 2020 11:07 a.m.: The lawyer asks about the "complaints" of Mossos that he received. It was proposed to make them appear as protected witnesses, but they declined because of the declarers' "low willingness" to do so.

17 FEB 2020 11:05 a.m.: Major Trapero does not take his eyes off Commissioner Quintela. With his left hand he picks up his bottle of water. He doesn't even wear his glasses. He's poker faced. Sra. Tubau continues to grill the witness.

17 FEB 2020 11:03 a.m.: The commissioner gives in to Tubau's questions about the statements of David Boneta, head of Mossos in Tarragona before 1-O, in which he stated that "they would pay attention to the Generalitat". He admits he didn't listen to the interview and doesn’t knows if Trapero scolded him.

Feb 17, 2020 11:01 a.m.: Quintela puffs under the pressure of Sra. Tubau.
 "Do you think I can know ...?
 "I don't know what a Provincial Information Brigade can know," says Tubau.

17 FEB 2020 10:59 a.m.: The report on "statements" in the media mentioned by Sra. Tubau. She scolds the commissioner for not having seen the other statements that contradict his version and that they are also in the case documents.


 The Quintela report on the public statements of politicians which fails to include those by Trapero that showed he wanted to stop the referendum (p)

17 FEB 2020 10:51 a.m.: Commissioner Quintela claims that Trapero was appointed by Minister Jané when the Minister was Espadaler. "Excuse me, I was wrong," he affirms.

17 FEB 2020 10:50 a.m.: The lawyer makes Quintela admit that the head of the CNP in Catalonia, Sebastián Trapote, was the person who kept passing information to the coordinator of the operation against October 1, although this did not appear in the minutes of the Information Subcommittee.

17 FEB 2020 10:44 a.m.: Tubau brandishes the minutes of the information subcommittee with representatives of the Guardia Civil, CNP and Mossos held on September 28. The minutes are signed two months later and the Commissioner plays down the fact that no CNP assessment of possible disturbances was included.

17 FEB 2020 10:42 a.m.: "The information of the Mossos was crucial because they were part of the organizing administration," adds the commissioner.

17 FEB 2020 10:39 a.m.: Tubau tells the commissioner that she thinks it is fine that he reads the Mossos’ reports, but reminds him that she asks for the CNP's assessment. "It was very difficult to know the scale of the turnout," he says. "I don't remember if the figure of 2 million was being mentioned, I don't remember, it could be that it was talked about, I don't rule it out."

17 FEB 2020 10:36 a.m.: Here is the part of the report of the Mossos’ General Information Department of 28 September, on the referendum.


The report of the Mossos that commissioner Quintela has read (p)

17 FEB 2020 10:30 a.m.: Commissioner Quintela admits that the CNP did information tasks besides those of the Mossos. He claims that the Mossos spoke of "peaceful demonstrations" and the CNP envisaged "violent" scenarios.

17 FEB 2020 10:26 a.m.: The Major's defence asks about the number of CNP personnel on 1-O. Hereplies that this is subject matter reserved by the Official Secrets Act. Tobau recalls that 198 intelligence officers from the rest of the State were incorporated.
17 FEB 2020 10:22 a.m.: The trial of the Interior leadership resumes. It is the testimonyof CNP's information coordinator, Commissioner Quintela, continues. Now it's time for Trapero's defence.


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12 FEB 2020 2:30 p.m.: "If you have nothing more to add," the prosecutor says to the commander. The session is suspended until Monday.

12 FEB 2020 2:19 p.m.: Quintela claims that through the documents requisitioned at the incinerator, they have concluded that of the 99 schools closed by the Mossos, "many" closed voluntarily. When the prosecutor asks how many in particular, he answers that he knows.

12 FEB 2020 2:16 p.m.: This is report 23 on the Mediterranean school, which the curator concludes that it was closed by itself and not by the action of the Mossos. However, it was stated that the Catalan police had closed it. A document found at the incinerator.





 The report on the CNP Escola Mediterrània according to a document requisitioned at the incinerator (p)

12 FEB 2020 2:05 p.m.: The prosecutor and the Commander continue to analyze the report on the incinerator's documents. Specifically, 35 papers on 99 colleges closed by the Mossos on 1-O that "hinted" were "voluntary closures and not motivated by police action".

12 FEB 2020 1:52 p.m.: Here is the CNP report commented by the now Chief Curator Quintela. It emphasizes the quality of the forecasts of the General Police Station of Mossos. It was extracted it from the incinerator's bin.




br /> Part of the CNP report on the General Information Police Station  (p)


12 FEB 2020 1:42 p.m.: It has been almost 10 minutes since Commander Quintela and Prosecutor Carballo comment on the requisite documents at the incinerator. A case filed by the Court number 22 of Barcelona.

12 FEB 2020 1:38 p.m.: Quintela explains this Mossos intelligence report of September 27 stating the risk that Mossos' actions could lead to "rejection" and "misunderstanding" of 1-O supporters, which makes it difficult to make work in the Mossos.


Part of the Mossos' intelligence report provided by Commander Quintela

12 FEB 2020 1:24 p.m.: This is the report of the instruction of Commander Joan Portals on how coordination between police forces would be on October 1st. A report that the CNP interprets (and criticizes) as a minor command giving the instructions after a command meeting.






The email report by commissioner Joan Portals (p)

12 FEB 2020 1:18 p.m.: Quintela continues to criticize the non-use of Brimo.

12 FEB 2020 1:13 p.m.: The hearing is resumed with the second part of Commander Quintela's testimony at the Prosecutor's Office.

12 FEB 2020 12:44 p.m.: 1/4 hour recess in hearing of the High Court against the Interior ministry leadership.

12 FEB 2020 12:43 p.m.: "We do not ask for a lack of principles of congruence, proportionality and opportunity but, without excessive use of force, something can be done to prevent such votes," he says.

12 FEB 2020 12:36 p.m.: Quintela: "It wasn't that the Mobile Brigade was underused, it was used at all". After praising their specialization. He may have forgotten the e-mail from Commissioner López to Los Cobos, devoting this unit to protecting state buildings.





 The email from Commander López to Col. de los Cobos on the posting of the Brimo (p)

12 FEB 2020 12:30 p.m.: Quintela reproaches the Mossos for not preparing the units of public order because the mobilizations would be peaceful. He adds, however, that they had other reports pointing out that they would not be so peaceful.

12 FEB 2020 12:19 p.m.: Quintela is now starting to shed some documents extracted from the Mossos' confidential papers requisition at the Sant Adrià dels Besós incinerator on October 26.

12 FEB 2020 12:16 p.m.: The Commander describes the events held at polling stations as "out of the ordinary, abnormal and unprecedented" during the referendum weekend.

12 FEB 2020 12:14 p.m.: Quintela believes that many colleges that did not open were not because of the Mossos warning, but because the directors of the centers were against the referendum.

12 FEB 2020 12:13 p.m.: The Commander details that the Ministry of Home Affairs and Education had to be more forceful in failing to comply with Government orders regarding the referendum.

12 FEB 2020 12:04 p.m.: The Commander is now entering a field that was key to the trial's judgment in the Supreme Court. Announcements from the Mossos on alleged monitoring of the CNP and Guardia Civil movements.

 


 The part of the Supreme Court ruling that contains the follow-up accounts by Quintela who were proof of charge (p)

12 FEB 2020 12:00 p.m.: Now Quintela again mentions the Mossos' Key 21, that is, that the mobile phone be used to prevent the collapse of the station. This channel is especially used in macro operations of this style. "We have registered 62 of them who request it, but we do not have access to these communications".

12 FEB 2020 11:43 a.m.: The Commander deduces that they did not receive enough cash following an intercepted call to a Mossos call complaining that "half is low". "A later report stated that 23% of the Mossos were on leave, vacations or leave when neither CNP nor GC had permits, something serious happens", he said.

12 FEB 2020 11:33 a.m.: "We are not told in the audio support requests for Arro and for Brimo", the Commander concludes about his report on communications recordings by the Mossos during the referendum.

12 FEB 2020 11:28 a.m.: The Commander is now explaining the report of the Mossos audios during the referendum on the First of October. "We do not collect any audio before 6 a.m.", he tells the prosecutor,

12 FEB 2020 11:22 a.m.: Quintela admits that a Mosso passed on information to them about the First of October. In fact, he claims that this email he incorporated as proof of charge was given to him by a member of the Catalan police.



L'informe sobre el mail on destaca la confidencialitat del mail 

The report on the e-mail which highlights the confidentiality of the source

12 FEB 2020 11:18 a.m.: The commander also emphasizes Major Trapero's insistence on the principles of congruence, proportionality and opportunity. "The police must always keep this in mind," he exclaims. It follows the thesis that they were the excuse not to act forcefully.

12 FEB 2020 11:13 a.m.: Quintela criticizes that the Mossos' guidelines for action were leaked to the media. "When you say that the binomials will be added at 6, the people in charge of the referendum went to the colleges before, it was valuable information."

12 FEB 2020 11:09 a.m.: Quintela counts four cases of incidents between Mossos and members of the CNP in the report. Some say even agents were identified with the "hand in hand". "Police can identify whenever we suspect a crime or offense is being committed," he says.

12 FEB 2020 11:06 a.m.: Quintela details an identification made by Mossos of two police officers surrounding the Prosecutor's Office. "They were instructed by their superiors to identify police officers who were investigating the process," he says. Here is the narrative of the report.


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12 FEB 2020 11:02 a.m.: The Commander explains Annex II of the report which analyzes messages on social media that were allegedly instructed in order to know how to act with the Mossos. There are even messages from David Fernandez.



L'annex dos de l'informes sobre missatges a la xarxa 

Annex2 to the reports on messages on the network

12 FEB 2020 10:55 a.m.: The Commander, who does not show his face during his testimony, insists on the "passivity of the Mossos" in 21 videos provided by the CNP investigation.

12 FEB 2020 10:53 a.m.: Quintela now criticizes the "paired Mossos plan" and claims that other resources are needed. He also insists on the "iron-fiested control" of the Mossos Central Coordination Centre. However, he says that in a hierarchical structure "it must be so."

12 FEB 2020 10:50 a.m.: Quintela explains this report on the involvement of the Government with the Mossos in the process. In fact, it is a collection of public testimonys by politicians only through the media. They call it "open sources"




informeqintela 

The Quintela report presented to the National Court

12 FEB 2020 10:48 a.m.: Quintela responds to Prosecutor Miguel Ángel Carballo on a report dated October 29 before the National Court. The Commissioner says that all the Ministries of the Generalitat were involved in the process. "The main state structure was the Mossos," he concludes.

12 FEB 2020 10:45 a.m.: Quintela says it is being prosecuted for the siege at CUP headquarters on September 20. The magistrate reminds her that she can refrain from answering any questions that might jeopardize her defense.

12 FEB 2020 10:41 a.m.: 15th day of the oral hearing of the trial of the Interior Department leadership at the National Court. Today's star witness is CNP Chief Commissioner Juan Manuel Quintela. During October and September he was head of the Provincial Information Brigade of Barcelona. On December 20, he was promoted to the Provincial Commander of Barcelona.




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Commander Quintela on the day of taking over as Barcelona Provincial Head of the CNP on December 20




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11 FEB 2020 3:23 p.m.: The hearing is suspended until tomorrow.


11 FEB 2020 3:22 p.m.: This is the report that asks the lawyer of Pere Soler on the testimony of the Internal Affairs Division on 41 cases suspected of police passivity. The Civil Guard who all ended without sanction. The lawyer turns around: "Is there any email from Pere Soler so that they don't end up in anything?" "No," replies the Guardia Civil.




L'informe de la DAI sobre pressumpte passivitat dels Mossos 

The report of the DAI on alleged passivity of the Mossos

11 FEB 2020 3:14 p.m.: Turn of the lawyer of Pere Soler. Prosecutor Pau Ferrer asks about the e-mails of the then Director General of Police
that the witness has studied. The strategy is to disconnect Soler from operational decisions. Also that they did not heed their contributions.

11 FEB 2020 3:09 p.m.: Here is the report referred by Sra. Tubau of October 13 in which the Chief Commissioner made it clear that the actions of the Mossos that did not comply with the guidelines of the MIA should be investigated by the DAI performance. An e-mail denouncing the thesis of the Guardia Civil.



L'acta que recull l'advertència de Trapero als Mossos connvients amb el procés 

The report contains the warning of Trapero to the Mossos sympathetic to the (independence) process

11 FEB 2020 2:59 p.m.: Tubau reminds the witness that the Agora Plan included the protection of state buildings. The Civil Guard says "he doesn't know".

11 FEB 2020: 2:53 p.m.: The
that the Chief Commissioner's defence highlights the parts of the mail that the Civil Guard analyst has overlooked. The intention is to distort the conclusions he has expressed to the fiscal ministry.

11 FEB 2020 2:45 p.m.: Sra. Tubau undoes the Civil Guards' analyst: "I know what is stated in the e-mail". Minutes earlier he acdcepted that 2,232 reports on October 1 were revised. The email didn't say they had all been revised.

11 FEB 2020 2:39 p.m.: Sra. Tubau: "Do you know if the coordination meetings between September 25 and 1-O were what the joint operation would be, you know, do you know it was agreed?"

-Testimony: "I do not know"

11 FEB 2020 2:37 p.m.: The witness, who insists on saying "Mozos", not "Mossos", reproaches
Chief Commissioner Trapero that in none of his e-mails has there ever been a change in the guidelines for behaviour despite knowing about the occupation of the schools.

11 FEB 2020 2:32h The Trapero's defence counsel now shows the e-mail that he sent to Forn highlighting the criteria of the police action. Tubau recalls that among the e-mails not highlighted in the summary is an earlier one with an interview transcribed with Chief Prosecutor Maza. The Guardia Civil admit that they had "legal doubts".



El mail de Trapero amb la congruència i oportunitat 

Trapero's email on congruence and opportunity

11 FEB 2020 2:27 p.m.: Nerves in the National Court, Tubau claims helplessness in the middle of the hearing.

11 FEB 2020 2:25 p.m.: "Trapero's answers are not recorded in the e-mails", says the officer when Tubau asks about e-mails the Major "received".

11 FEB 2020 2:23 p.m.: Tubau pressures the witness on the public content of the emails and he replies that La Razón and the ABC attacked Trapero.

11 FEB 2020 2:18 p.m.: Tubau goes through, one by one, the e-mails contributed by officer TIP No. R77175H. The strategy is to remove the interpretative patina of the Civil Guard on its content and on whom it communicates with.

11 FEB 2020 1:58 p.m.: The Court takes note of the Prosecutor's allegation and report. Interrogation by Trapero's defence continues. Tubau has the word and uses it to skimp on how the calls that make up the cause are chosen.

11 FEB 2020 1:54 p.m.: The Speaker of the Court works with the President of the Court and gives the word to the Prosecutor to report on the retraction. Prosecutor Carballo responds that all mails contributed to the case are part of the trial, even if they are not printed or specially studied.

11 FEB 2020 1:51 p.m.: Alert: The prosecution's interrogation is over. Tubau alleges a violation of the right of helplessness in relation to the comments in the emails of Brigade R77175H contributed to the cause where there is no record that this agent was involved. He has explained emails where they are not even contributed. The helplessness is based on the ignorance of the content of the emails and, in the second place, that Trapero could bring download sheets that he can no longer provide.

11 FEB 2020 1:44 p.m.: The Guardia Civil insists that there were paired police that let the referendum organizers go and have lunch and then return without requisitioning the ballot box. "It is perfectly clear that CNP and Guardia Civil were tailed," he remarks.

11 FEB 2020 1:41 p.m.: The Court allows the witness to draw conclusions from more than 77,000 audios. Among these, there are people at the polling stations the night before and from 6:30 on October 1 many paired police warn that there are occupied centres. Many report "they can do nothing".

11 FEB 2020 1:40 p.m.: One of these emails provided is from
Chief Commissioner Trapero who submits a request from Court 9 of Barcelona on the Electoral Syndicate. "He informs him," the Civil Guard says when the prosecutor asks if he was asking the Minister for help.

11 FEB 2020 1:36 p.m.: The prosecutor asks the witness if there was collusion between
Chief Commissioner Trapero and the independence movement. The judge draws Carballo's attention. The Guardia Civil contributes emails from Chief Commissioner Trapero to his "political superiors" about court proceedings brought by his agents as a result of the process.

11 FEB 2020 1:31 p.m.: Here is the reserved email-report of October 2 by the Chief Information Officer of the Mossos that explains that it would be necessary to "provide information to have a complete account of the facts that the GC cannot give, since its performance did not take into account public order, negotiation with the visible leaders of the protest, etc ... " For the analyst, it indicates a kind of manipulation. The Commander only emphasized that they lacked information. And a lot of information.




L'informe reservat enviat per Castellví a la prefectura del 2 d'octubre 

The reserved report sent by Castellví to the prefecture on October 2

11 FEB 2020 1:19 p.m.: The prosecutor's office interrogates the officer on a report submitted by the Mossos Information Number two on Friday, September 29, with a "screening of the referendum scenarios". An email designed to "help in strategic planning". For investigators, this is evidence he knew it would happen.



El mail de Medrano amb escenaris possibles pel referèndum 
Medrano's email with possible scenarios for the referendum

11 FEB 2020 1:11 p.m.: The hearing resumes. Carballo Prosecutor's interrogation continues with the Guardia Civil Police Judicial Police Analyst officer No. R77175H.

11 FEB 2020 12:50 p.m.: Recess for a quarter of an hour.

11 FEB 2020 12:47 p.m.: New email provided by the Civil Guard. An email from
Chief Commissioner Trapero to Minister Forn stating the legal obligation to apply the principles of "congruence, opportunity and proportionality". In fact, this is what Prosecutor Maza said, as he says in the same email. For investigators, it is evidence that provides excuses for not going into polkling statuons waving batons.



Els principis de proporcionalitat que Trapero defensava en les accions dels Mossos 

The principles of proportionality that Chief Commissioner Trapero espoused in the actions of the Mossos

11 FEB 2020 12:37 p.m.: This mail from the Mossos USPAC union, sent to the Minister's general email mail account, and that of the secretariat and the Major's is, according to the Guardia Civil, a weighty piece of evidence against
Chief Commissioner Trapero. The investigators have found no reply. The email just asks what Col. De los Cobos' role is. 


El mail del sindicat USPAC a Trapero i a la conselleria 

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11 FEB 2020 12:27 p.m.: The witnesses of the Civil Guard that march through the National Court at the Interior ministry leadership trial do not show their faces and keep making assessments. The judge calls them to order.

11 FEB 2020 12:22 p.m.: This September 23 email from an advisor to the Cabinet of the Minister attached to the public declaration of Forn on the figure of Diego Pérez de los Cobos. No response from
Chief Commissioner Trapero. Instead, they use it to incriminate the Major. A document to keep him updated. In fact, the Major replied to it publicly.



El mail de Morell a Trapero i Pere Soler 

The email from Morell to Chief Commissioner Trapero and Pere Soler

11 FEB 2020 12:16 p.m.: Here is the report of which the officer of the Civil Guard spoke. Contrary to what he explains, the
Chief Commissioner only requested clarity on the orders of the Prosecutor and defended the Mossos as an integral police force in Catalonia.



L'acta del 21 de setembre de la reunió d'Àgora de la Prefectura dels Mossos 

The minutes of the September 21 Agora meeting of the Mossos Prefecture

11 FEB 2020 12:09 p.m.: The mail sent by Pere Soler to the prefecture reappears, in which he tries to change the "alleged referendum" by referendum.

11 FEB 2020 12:01 p.m.: The opinion of the Analyst of the Civil Guard on the email that
Chief Commissioner Trapero sent to the dome of Interior with the report that he sent to the Prosecutor's office on September 15. He says it "reassured them."


El mail del dia 15 de setembre 

The September 15 email

11 FEB 2020 11:49 a.m.: Here is the report on
Chief Commissioner Trapero's emails. Investigation sources say that more than 4,000 were analyzed. The report contains about a dozen.


Portada de l'informe dels mails de Trapero 

Cover of the report of the emails of Chief Commissioner Trapero

11 FEB 2020 11:44 a.m.: Now, the second part of the interrogation. Prosecutor Miguel Ángel Carballo asks about
Chief Commissioner Trapero's emails.

11 FEB 2020 11:40 a.m.: According to the officer, when they wanted to leave with the detainee, people threw themselves before the wheels and they had to stop. Citizen Security Police arrived, the "ERC boy" said it was over. But the Mossos talked with the people so that people could leave. "Little by little they left, throwing bottles and cans," he says.

11 FEB 2020 11:37 a.m.: The officer explains the departure operation and the difficulties they allegedly had. He details that a young ERC man gave instructions that if any civil guards wanted to pass they should lie down and if the Mossos came, they should get up.

11 FEB 2020 11:34 a.m.: The officer assures that Mossos of the Granollers police station came to offer help. The chief of the operation rejected it and informed them that if they needed it they would ask for it through the official channels.

11 FEB 2020 11:32 a.m.: Here the report on the protection operation in Bigues i Riells was shed. The retinue only had short weapons. They were from the GAR, they had no more cash.




L'atestat del TIP R77175H 

The report of the TIP No. R77175H

11 FEB 2020 11:26 a.m.: "The search in Bigues was done normally, the problem was at the end, because of all the people who gathered there," says the officer. "We moved in with 6 GARs, not specialised in law enforcement, all the resources we had in uniform he being used," he says.

11 FEB 2020 11:25 a.m.: It is now the turn of a Civil Guard, judicial police officer, with TIP NO. R77175H. He was responsible for collecting the emails of
Chief Commissioner Trapero and a member of the search operations in Bigues i Riells.

11 FEB 2020 11:23 a.m.: The head of the operation of the incinerator vans finishes. The defence lawyers do not cross-examine. Not necessary. Everyone wonders what this operation has to do with the Major. Three related witnesses in this case are dropped.

11 FEB 2020 11:19 a.m.: This was the news of the requisitioning of the documentation on October 26. Clash between Spanish police and the Mossos for judicial documentation.

11 FEB 2020 11:17 a.m.: According to the inspector, a superintendent and a commander arrived who reproached the police that they had "got into their parish". "I went to reassure them," he says.
11 FEB 2020 11:15 a.m.: The inspector states that the National Court ordered the charge. He does not clarify what was the origin of the investigation and refers to his commanders. They had to wait for the court order to arrive.

11 FEB 2020 11:11 a.m.: Inspector No. 81610 explains that the day before they were commissioned because they knew that a Mossos convoy would leave the Egara complex between 9 and 9.30. They were not logoed vehicles. A van guarded by two vehicles.

11 FEB 2020 11:09 a.m.: New witness. Now it is the turn of the member of the Spanish police No. 81610. Inspector of the Information Brigade. He participated in the search of Mossos documents that were going to the incinerator.

11 FEB 2020 11:07 a.m.: Turn of the defence counsel.
Chief Commissioner Trapero's lawyer asks if he remembers that public order units arrived from the Mossos. He replies that he knew about it a posteriori. He has admitted that the GRS were all busy because there were 40 searches. He ends his testimony.

11 FEB 2020 11:05 a.m.: The first report by witness No. P35979V on what happened in Exteriors on the 20S. Keep up with the testimony this morning.



L'atestat del TIP P35979V sobre el 20S 

The report of TIP No. P35979V on the 20S

11 FEB 2020 11:02 a.m.: The guardia civil claims that the reaction was "unpredictable" because the detainee in gthe Foreign Ministry "never appeared on television." He also distinguished between "normal people" and protesters.

11 FEB 2020 10:58 a.m.: As he did in the Supreme, he assures that the concentrated people tried to snatch the detainee away. "We left thanks to the GRS," he adds. The search began at 8:25.

11 FEB 2020 10:56 a.m.: Return now to the TIP P35979V Civil Guard. In charge of the arrest of Xavier Puig, then responsible for the area of ​​Information and Communication Technologies.

11 FEB 2020 10:53 a.m.: The corporal's testimony ends. César Puig's defence counsel has made three questions to clarify that the emails sent by his client to Jové were at 11:45 a.m. when the media had broadcast it and the delegation of the Spanish government had even issued a press release on it.

11 FEB 2020 10:50 a.m.: The example that Tubau has stamped on the corporal. The certificate of the Office of the Prosecutor of Tarragona on the host of actions carried out by Mossos and local police before October 1.



El document de la Fiscalia de Tarragona sobre les actuacions de Mossos abans del Primer d'Octubre 

The document of the Office of the Prosecutor of Tarragona on the actions of Mossos before October 1

11 FEB 2020 10:36 a.m.:
Chief Commissioner Trapero defence counsel's turn. Tubau asks him about the actions taken by the Mossos in compliance with the judicial instruction. The captain responds, "That's statistics, not effectiveness". Tubau gets angry and puts pressure on the witness.

11 FEB 2020 10:32 a.m.: The corporal reproaches the Mossos for not doing anything to confiscate electoral material in accordance with instruction 2/2017 of the Public Prosecutor's Office.

11 FEB 2020 10:31 a.m.: The corporal insists on the four emails that Cèsar Puig, Secretary of the Interior, sent to Jové to inform him of the incidents of 20S. As he had done other times in other operations.

11 FEB 2020 10:30 a.m.: The corporal boasts of having invested the embezzlement of public funds. It refers to the research of websites, ads and posters. Of note is the intervention at Unipost of the census cards.

11 FEB 2020 10:27 a.m.: Here is the first testimony of corporal TIP K47019K on the search at Jovè's hoime. He says that in the end it was possible to do it without any problem despite the concentration of people.



La declaració del caporal després de l'escorcoll 

The testimony of the captain of the Civil Guard on the search at Sr. Jové's home



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10 FEB 2020 1:59 p.m.: The hearing is suspended until tomorrow.

10 FEB 2020 1:56 p.m.: Sra. Tubau returns to the beginning on the planning of the operation. The court secretary states, "Such an operation is not planned in a single meeting".

10 FEB 2020 1:54 p.m.: Following the threats she received after her trestimony before the Supreme Court, the Mossos gave her escort. Sra. Tubau asks if this protection did not come before. But before that, the Mossos advised her to leave the social networks and offered her police protection at home.

10 FEB 2020 1:50 p.m.: Montserrat del Toro explains that she saw public order vans from the Mossos when she left the Coliseum [Theatre]. In fact, this is where the camouflaged car in which she was driven to the City of Justice.

10 FEB 2020 1:49 p.m.: The secretary of Court No. 13 treats the Civil Guard as "my people".

10 FEB 2020 1:47 p.m.:
Chief Commissioner Trapero's lawyer asks about the Mossos' proposals for leaving the [Department of the] Economy. She admits she did not see the Brimo police cordon, which was called off when the search dragged on.

10 FEB 2020 1:41 p.m. The court secretary also admits that the Mossos did not obstruct the work of the judicial committee.

10 FEB 2020 1:40 p.m. Sra. Tubau reminds her that at 9:54 a.m., superintendent Laplana entered, long after she was allegedly seen in the building. She is noiw forced to admit that she doesn't know if it was her.

10 FEB 2020 1:33 p.m.: The Court No. 13 official tells
Chief Commissioner Trapero's defence that they parked in front of Economy on a "temporary" basis . She knows nothing more. However, Tubau brandishes her statement before Court No. 3, where she explained that Civil Guard officers stayed behind to keep an eye on the vehicles.

10 FEB 2020 1:30 p.m.: "No one spoke of mistrust of the Mossos, only that the judge commissioned the investigation to the Guardia Civil," she explains.

10 FEB 2020 1:29 p.m.: Tubau asks if at this meeting, in view of the magnitude of the searches, the support of Mossos was raised. "I can't tell you, I don't remember having even heard this," she adds.

10 FEB 2020 1:27 p.m.: The prosecutor's interrogation ends.
Chief Commissioner Trapero's counsel Sra. Tubau begins. In the first place, she asks when the macro-operation was planned with the Civil Guard. "It was before the 19th," she clarifies. "It was a prior meeting with Lt. Col. Baena," she adds.

10 FEB 2020 1:00 p.m.: Break for a quarter of an hour.

10 FEB 2020 12:59 p.m.: The court lawyer did not take the leave, she "spent the weekend resting but on Monday I may not have gone to work".

10 FEB 2020 12:56 p.m.: "I was not scared during the search, you grit and bear it, I knew what had happened the day before, I knew something would happen, one is a human being and one gets scared," she says.

10 FEB 2020 12:52 p.m.: The lawyer insists that they went through the interior of the Coliseum. They arrived in the dressing room - "which was very small" - where she stayed for half an hour until the show had ended. They crossed the theatre and a young man told her to hide behind a column. "We left through the actors' exit door. The Mosso told me to run to the right and to get inside the first unmarked vehicle. I got in and we set off for the City of Justice".

10 FEB 2020 12:47 p.m.: "I always had to keep close to the wall," says the [court official]. "One of the 11 plaincloitheses Mossos knelt to act as a stool and I jumped over a wall," she adds.

10 FEB 2020 12:44 p.m.: "That was the first time I talked to the Mossos all day. They had an exit access on the second floor of theMinistry, which opened onto a terrace, and from there you got to a 'theater' (the Coliseum)", she explains.

10 FEB 2020 12:41 p.m.: "When I phoned the judge, I asked him to 'get me out of here'.
Chief Commissioner Trapero was given half an hour to get hedr out. According to his account, the Major said that was not enough time. But two officers arrived with Chief Commissioner Trapero's order to get her out of there.

10 FEB 2020 12:39 p.m.: "I wouldn't go out through the door, alone or accompanied... we had some new sandwiches foir dinner, not the noon ones that had run out." She phoned the judge of Ciourt No. 13.

10 FEB 2020 12:37 p.m.: The second option was to leave escorted behind the cordon with members of the Brimo to the police car. She didn't accept this either. She proposed to go out by air. They told her that that was not possible. "I asked for a helicopter, even if it meant several trips," she says.

10 FEB 2020 12:33 p.m.: Montse del Toro explains that the Mossos told her that as the Guardia Civil could not leave, they would accompany here to the underground/subway to reach the city of Justice. She refudsed.

10 FEB 2020 12:28 p.m.: For the second time, in her testimony, she emphasizes that there were civil servants entering the Ministry later than 9 p.m. "There were people squashed against the glass of the door", she recalls. She heard the blow of a bottle of water against the door.

10 FEB 2020 12:25 p.m.: "I went up to the terrace and saw the people that were there, I took pictures and I saw that we would have to go out by air," emphasizes the court official to the prosecutor.

10 FEB 2020 12:24 p.m.: "I was not aware of the habeas corpus until that night at the court on duty, or the next day ...", she specifies.

10 FEB 2020 12:20 p.m.: "The search ends when we are no longer looking for something, and we need to do the counting and check that the precinct numbers match, and once verified we have to fetch for the police to sign the report, there were many of us and that is why it took us so long", she says.

10 FEB 2020 12:16 p.m.: Montse del Toro again tells the Court that she heard Carme Forcadell at the [Departmenbt of the] Economy rally. "I was told by a civil guard and I associated ideas when I heard her voice and her tone," she specifies.

10 FEB 2020 12:13 p.m.: "The noise got louder and louder, with some kind of PA system, short sentences with harangues could be heard: '"You won't pass ", "We shall vote ", "The night will be long" and things like that', recounts the lawyer.

10 FEB 2020 12:11 p.m.: "We had to do with coca-cola and chocolates from the machine," says the lawyer. "You can't stop a search for lunch, it is a single action", she says. She also adds that in Sr. Jové's office a paper bag with five sandwiches appeared.

10 FEB 2020 12:07 p.m.: According to the court official, it was proposed that people not to be brought into the Ministrry in handcuffs. The Guardia Civil said this couldn't be done.

10 FEB 2020 11:58 a.m.: Sra. Del Toro comments on "incidents" with civil servants. The case of a female worker who took photographs of the judicial committee. The Civil Guard "required" her to delete the photographs. In the end she did do. Hwer other reproach is that they hung a Catalan flag from the balcony.

10 FEB 2020 11:56 a.m.: "You will not go out," "You will spend the night here" or "We shall vote" are some of the chants that the court official recalls. "We started the search at the office of electoral processes," she states.

10 FEB 2020 11:51 a.m.: Montserrat del Toro talks about people crowding at the door. She also boasts of not having spoken to superintendent Laplana. "I saw a person waving a flag at a uniformed civil guard spat at him, very violent," she recounts.

10 FEB 2020 11:48 a.m.: The law describes the [Departmebt of the] Economy buiilding as a Dracula castle. Like an ancient building where Norman Bates' mother lives. She insists on describing the people who went to the protest as "personajes", characters.

10 FEB 2020 11:46 a.m.: Contradiction with the sandwiches that a Mossa brought to [the Department of the] Economy. The Lieutenant says there were about 14 or 15 sandwiches. The judicial secretary, however, reduced that figure to 5, in her September 22nd report of the events.


L'informe de Montse del Toro de l'endemà de l'escorcoll
Montse del Toro's report the day after the search

10 FEB 2020 11:38 a.m.: "When it is foreseen that any kind of incident may occur we get accompanied by uniformed people," she argues to justify the presence of uniformed Civil Guards. She also claims that they weanted to make sure the search was carried out correctly and to the extent necessary to ensure that there were no incidents.

10 FEB 2020 11:37 a.m.: "We arrived at 7:58 in the morning at [gthe Department of the] Economy" and "There were two Mossos of citizen security at the entrance" explains the court secretary by videoconference.

10 FEB 2020 11:34 a.m.: The court secretary describes the 20S's searches as a "macro operation" . Despite this, they did not warn the Mossos...

10 FEB 2020 11:32 a.m.: Prosecutor Pedro Rubira asks the questions. He asks the witness to raise her voice, because "he's getting old and he has poorer hearing than before."

10 FEB 2020 11:31 a.m.: It is the turn of the court secretary of Court No. 13 of Barcelona, ​​Montserrat del Toro. Her face cannot be seen. In fact, the institutional image has disappeared. There is only audio.

10 FEB 2020 11:29 a.m.: The testimony of the lieutenant in charge of security, TIP No. B35974S, ends.

10 FEB 2020 11:27 a.m.: "A female worker slammed the door when he was looking for a toilet, get out she told me," laments the lieutenant.

10 FEB 2020 11:25 a.m.: The lieutenant explains that the [Department of the] Economy personnel could enter. "I don't know if the activity was stopped or not, but the personnel entered," he says. "We didn't letGabriel Rufián through, who said he wanted to say hello," he emphasizes.

10 FEB 2020 11:22 a.m.: "Whenever she asked superintendent Laplana something, she spoke on the telephone, like everybody," he alleges.

10 FEB 2020 11:19 a.m.: Tubau asks why they did not remove their weapons given that they could not hide their vehicles. "We needed a cordon from the Mossos, I couldn't get the weapons out in the middle of all that", he says. He admits he did not explain details to Sra. Laplana.

10 FEB 2020 11:16 a.m.: The lieutenant now details how he negotiated the parking of the judicial committee's vehicles. The building watchman admitted that he did not know if they would fit in the car park. He himself saw it and noticed that the lights or the cameras would get broken. He was willing to pay for it, but "by then there were too many people".

10 FEB 2020 11:09 a.m.: The lieutenant does not know if when he updated his superior he had asked for Mossos support. "I'm no one to ask my superiors for public order," he ends.

10 FEB 2020 11:04 a.m.: Sra. Tubau recalls that Lieutenant B5974S has told the prosecutor that "a spark can make a crowd redact". She takes advantage of the civil guard's slip to remind him that what superintendent Laplana tiold him at nine in the morning.

10 FEB 2020 11:01 a.m.: The lieutenant admits that he did not know if a risk study of the operation had been made, despite the fact that the previous day there had been protests during the Unipost search.

10 FEB 2020 10:59 a.m.: It is the turn of
Chief Commissioner Trapero and Sra. Laplana's counsel. Sra. Tubau asks the lieutenant if he was informed about the Unipost search the day before, where the intervention of the Arro unit was required. "I was in an anti-jihadist operation in Lleida," he states.

10 FEB 2020 10:57 a.m.: "We ate because a plainclothes Mossa told us that she was going out to get some water and that if we wanted anything, she would buy it, someone gave her 20 euros, and she brought us 14 or 15 sandwiches," he says.

10 FEB 2020 10:55 a.m.: With Brimo agents they managed to get to their cars and found out that the weapons were inside. "That's when I sighed in relief", he says.

10 FEB 2020 10:55 a.m.: The lieutenant points out that a civilian would never call the police chief. "In the Guardia Civil this is not the procedure, a civilian would not contact the zone head general", he says.

10 FEB 2020 10:52 a.m.: The lieutenant says he never spoke to
Chief Commissioner Trapero. "To Sanchez I spoke, in fact I did not tell a civilian that there were weapons, it was he who told me that there was sensitive material... then he said he would phone Josep Lluís ... (the Major)".

10 FEB 2020 10:48 a.m.: The lieutenant remarks that he never trusted the safety cordon organized by ANC volunteers. "It wasn't safe," he insists.

10 FEB 2020 10:38 a.m.: Interestingly, the lieutenant 'forgot' to warn abojut the rifles at 12:15 p.m. in his report. Instead he does recall details such as a "lighter or a can of beer" thrown at them by protesters. Here is the report.


Les armes desparegudes de l'atestat del tinent de la Guàrdia Civil 

The weapons, missing from the Civil Guard lieutenant's report

10 FEB 2020 10:31 a.m.: The prosecutor now asks when they reported the material "of some import" inside the vehicles. The lieutenant says that this was when the superintendent arrived, at about 9. However, he explains that until 12.15 p.m. he did not specify that they were "long arms, an HK [Heckler & Koch] that is a battle weapon".

10 FEB 2020 10:27 a.m.: The lieutenant insists that Laplana requested a Brimo reinforcement. "It doesn't take 200, just 30 or 40, just five minutes to move the cars and put them in the car park", he explains.

10 FEB 2020 10:26 a.m.: Here is the first police statement by Civil Guard Lieutenant No. B35974S, GRS in charge of protecting the judicial committee in the [Department of the] Economy search.


La primera declaració policial del Tinent de la Guàrdia Civil encarregat de la protecció de la comitiva judicial al jutjat 13 

The first police statement by the Civil GuardLieutenant in charge of protecting the court No. 13 judicial committee

10 FEB 2020 10:19 a.m.: Turn of the Civil Guard Lieutenant, TIP No. B35974S, who directed the protection of the judicial committee in the search at [the Department of the] Economy.

10 FEB 2020 10:16 a.m.: The 13th day of the oral hearing of the judgment against the Interior Ministry leadership at the National Court begins.


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6 FEB 2020 2:09 pm: Corporal No. 16298 describes how the reports were written and broadened. The session ends until Monday.

6 FEB 2020 2:06 pm: The prosecutor's examination of the corporal ends up with the clarification of how the police reports were completedd. It is Chief Commissioner Trapero's counsel's turn to crossexamine, that deals with the complementary information of the reports.

6 FEB 2020 2:00 pm: Prosecutor Carballo tears into the examination of the corporal as if the world were coming to an end. He is outraged by the way the Mossos' investigated the Civil Guard vehicles. He asks for explanations on the legal qualification.

6 FEB 2020 1:50 pm: Third technical witness of the day, the Mossos Captain, TIP No. 16298, the investigation secretary of the police report on the 20S at [the Department of the] Economy. The prosecutor, angry, asks because he did not legally qualify the damage differently. The judge scolds the prosecutor because a witness cannot make legal qualifications.

6 FEB 2020 1:41 pm: The sergeant explains that the police reports found in the incinerator's vans were left-over drafts, sheets and summaries that served to outline the work and the extraction of data.

6 FEB 2020 1:37 pm: "The Major ordered that if there was any doubt as to whether or not they had closed a polling station, the report would be included as provisional, which is why the figures in the reports were revised downwards", confirms the sergeant.

6 FEB 2020 1:36 pm: The sergeant admits that the reports were rehearinged and that the figure of closed polling stations was brought down.

6 JAN 2020 1:30 pm: Sergeant TIP 11594 specifies the 172 investigations carried out by the General Information Office for the Prosecutor's Instruction 2/2017 on the Referendum. "No-one complained," he emphasizes.

6 FEB 2020 1:28 pm: The images chosen by the investigating Sergeant from the Mossos' helicopter on 20S and which he wanted to point out in his testimony.


Les imatges d'Helix dels Mossos del 20S triades per Informació per incloure a la minuta policial
The Mossos' Helix images taken on September 20th chosen by the Information Unit to be included in the police report

6 FEB 2020 1:26 pm: Chief Commissioner Trapero's counsel asks him for explanations on the Area of Mediation of the Mossos. The sergeant describes his duties and recalls that he is activated "when there is mobilization and its negative effects, not in judicial proceedings". "Also in eviction, "he adds,

6 FEB 2020 1:24 pm: Ms. Tubau asks why they did not take statements from Sànchez or Cuixart. They were judicialized. Tubau emphasizes in Court that the Civil Guard did not cite them in his investigation.

6 FEB 2020 1:23 pm: The examination by the prosecution is over. It is the turn of Chief Commissioner Trapero's counsel. The lawyer asks him to clarify whether the mistake of not attaching the annexes to the first draft of the report was corrected. "Immediately," I replied.

6 FEB 2020 1:18 pm: Rubira asks why he did not summon to testify the civil guards who were at thesearch or the Court 13 official. The sergeant responds that they only had to write the report with what they had from the same corps.

6 FEB 2020 1:26 p.m.: Chief Commissioner Trapero's counsel asks him for explanations on the Area of ​​Mediation of the Mossos. The sergeant describes his duties and recalls that he is activated "when there is mobilization and its negative effects, not in judicial proceedings".

6 FEB 2020 1:24 p.m.: Sra. Tubau asks why they did not take statements from Sànchez or Cuixart. Tubau emphasizes in Court that the Guardia Civil did not cite them in his investigation

6 FEB 2020 1:23 p.m.: The examination by the prosecution is over. It is the turn of Chief Commissioner Trapero's counsel. The lawyer asks him to clarify whether the mistake of not attaching the annexes to the first draft of the report was corrected. "Immediately", he replies.

6 FEB 2020 1:18 p.m.: Sr. Rubira asks why he did not summon to testify the civil guards who were at thesearch or the Court No. 13 official. The sergeant responds that they only had to write the report with what they had from the same corps.

6 FEB 2020 1:12 p.m.: Here are the conclusions on the role of Cuixart and Sánchez on September 20th, according to the Mosso Sergeant who investigated for the report and who is now testifying before the National Court.
Part de l'atestat dels Mossos sobre el paper dels Jordis el 20S
Part of the Mossos' report on the role of the two Jordis on September 20th.

6 FEB 2020 1:07 p.m.: According to the Sergeant, everything that is not in the report is not information that he would have been passed by his his superiors or information agents. To put it another way, what is not in the report does not exist.

6 FEB 2020 1:05 p.m.: The Sergeant justifies to Prosecutor Rubira why he describes Laplana as "head of the operation" and not in later versions. TIP No. 11594 explains that he described her as such because in previous communications she was described as such.

6 FEB 2020 12:54 p.m.: Here is part of the police report on the images collected through Helix, the Mossos helicopter. Public prosecutor Rubira is keen to know for how many hours it was operational.


La minuta d'Helix sobre les imatges de l'helicòpter del 20S a Economia
The Helix report on the helicopter images of [the Dept of the] Economy on September 20th.

6 FEB 2020 12:47 p.m.: The sergeant warns the prosecutor that two people involved in the 20S events were investigated and were later summoned to testify before the National High Court.

6 FEB 2020 12:39 p.m.: Prosecutor Pedro Rubira asks clarifies with the instructor witness the diversity and compliments of the testimony about the 20S.

6 FEB 2020 12:36 p.m.: Here is the report drafted by Sergeant TIP 11594 (now testifying) and Capt. TIP No. 16298. They did the first investigations on damage reported during the protests at the Economy headquarters.


Caràtula de l'acta d'instrucció dels Mossos sobre el 20S a Economia
Front page of the Mossos' investigation report on the 20S in Dept. of Economy

6 FEB 2020 12:32 p.m.: The view resumes. Turn of the testimony of the TIP of the Mossos 11594. Instructor of the Information Unit of Public Order in charge of investigating the damage of 20S to the vehicles of the Civil Guard.

6 FEB 2020 12:08 p.m.: Judgment recess for 10 minutes.

6 FEB 2020 12:08 p.m.: He ends the interrogation with the witness finally admitting that there is no e-mail dexchange between Chief Commissioner Trapero and the two West region commanders he investigated for sedition and disobedience. Case closed.

6 FEB 2020 12:04 p.m.: The witness admits that there is no direct reference to Chief Commissioner Trapero. In any case, they are referred by reference. The Civil Guard emphasizes that an internal communiqué of calm from Major to Mossos is sent to a councilor. All the Mossos had it.

6 FEB 2020 12:00 p.m.: TIP C17150G is now talking about the former ERC local councillor, Joan Ballana, who, despite not knowing Catalan political life, classifies him as a "trusted person of Marta Rovira". It goes back to 20S, he says that the chief of the room told Ballana that it would not act but it was by order of Chief Commissioner Trapero.

6 FEB 2020 12:00 pm: TIP C17150G is now talking about the former ERC local councilor, Joan Ballana, who, despite not knowing Catalan political life, classes him as a "person trusted by Marta Rovira". It goes back to 20S, he says that the regional head told Ballana that they would not act unless the order came from Chief Commissioner Trapero.

6 FEB 2020 11:51 a.m.: The civil guard witness now says that in his own social networks "I have no Catalan people" and he researched in Catalonia. I have claims not to know if in the days before and during October 1st there were calls from parties and organizations for the referendum.

6 FEB 2020 11:44 a.m.: Ms. Tubau's interrogation now continues on the Civil Guard's criticism of the reports written by the Mossos. He cannot assess "the magnitude of the irregularities" in the reports because he has not seen the first drafts.

6 FEB 2020 11:34 a.m.: Tubau shows the Court with a September 20 communiqué from Major Chief Commissioner Trapero to the entire corps of the Mossos, stating that they should only heed the official channels. No networks. The investigating witness bases it all on whatsapp chats, whre, moreover, there are none of the defendants.



El comunicat intern de Trapero del 20 de setembre informant dels canals oficials de comunicació
Trapero's internal communiqué on September 20 informing about the official channels of communication

6 FEB 2020 11:28 a.m.: Here is one of the documents put forward by Sra. Tubau to discredit the witness's assessments. This is the instruction of the office of the Secretary of State for Security, with Sr. Nieto at the helm. He issued an instruction where he repeated that the evening the operation would continue after 8 p.m. Just as Commander Lopez ordered. The Civil Guard thought it was a Mossos order, and meaningless.


La instrucció 4/2017 de la Secretaria d'Estat de Seguretat  sobre el pla operatiu
Instruction 4/2017 of the Secretary of State for Security on the operational plan

6 FEB 2020 11:16 am: Tubau performs a surgical analysis of the e-mails provided by the researcher and his interpretations. The TIP C17150G is taken aback as the lawyer cuts his imagination with concrete data.

6 FEB 2020 11:06 a.m.: Tubau asks TIP C17150G if he knows that one of his "key witnesses", the Mosso per la Independence Albert Donaire, stated that Chief Commissioner Trapero was not aligned with the process. He replied he didn't know.

6 FEB 2020 10:56 am: Tubau sets a trap for the witness. He falls head-first into it. She asks about López's e-mail stating that ballot boxes must also be requisitioned from 8 a.m.: She reminds him that instruction 4 of the Secretary of State of Security of the ordered the same thing.

6 FEB 2020 10:55 a.m.: The defense counsel crossexamines. Mrs. Tubau begins the trstimony by asking about the e-mails analyzed. She specifically asks if any of the incriminating e-mails came out of the Prefecture. he replies that he does not know.

6 FEB 2020 10:50 a.m.: TIP No. C17150 now explains that the chief of the Mossos de Ponent, Superintendent Roderic Moreno, recommended Telegram in a whatsapp chat as it was "safer". In this chat, however, there are none of the defendants, and no communication with them. 🤷‍♀

6 FEB 2020 10:44 a.m.: Finally, after 12 days of trial, the prosecutor asks a Civil Guard if they found ballot boxes. TIP C17150G says he is not aware that the Mossos found any. "If we had done the rinvestigation ...", but he could not continue. Judge Espejel interrupted him. "Refrain from making assessments."

6 FEB 2020 10:41 a.m.: Public prosecutor Carballo continues his jumping interrogation. He keeps jumping from e-mails to telephone calls between members of the leadership of the Mossos of the Ponent region.


 Public Prosecutor Miguel Ángel Carballo trying to put order in the interrogation papers (p)



6 FEB 2020 10:36 a.m.: The Civil Guard gets in a tangle when he describes that there are Mossos who requisitioned ballot boxes. He is confused and claims they requisitioned official result forms. The prosecutor notes the continuous confusion. TIP C17150G is trying to present the Mossos as referendum contributors.

6 FEB 2020 10:27 a.m.: Judge Espejel admonishes TIP witness C17150G. "Refrain from making assessments," she tells him. He has done so constantly throughout the statement. The civil guard even starts sentences saying "I wanted to comment...".

6 FEB 2020 10:26 a.m.: The witness, a researcher of a twice-closed case, claims twice that the Mossos were in "hysteria". He justifies this with an e-mail from Commissioner López, which just states how best to send communications to the CECOR.

6 FEB 2020 10:21 a.m.: TIP C17150G highlights the activity of the ARRO anti-riot patrols. He assures that there is only one attempt at intervention and when they arrive they find the UIPs of the Spanish police are intervening there. The prosecutor includes that "the monitoring did not help to streamline the teams."

6 FEB 2020 10:17 a.m.: The Civil Guard thinks that on the morning of October 1st there was little e-mail activity despite it being a "special day of much work". I have comments at 14:11 in an e-mail where they "detect that there is more activity ", addressed to Superintendent Monclus, head of the team in Speaker [Western region].

6 FEB 2020 10:14 a.m.: 12th day of the trial of the Ministry of the Interior leadership. Prosecutor Carballo's examination of the civil guard C17150G, who was in charge of a closed investigation into the Mossos' action in Lleida, continues.


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5 FEB 2020 3:04 p.m.: The court adjourns and the session will resume tomorrow.

5 FEB 2020 2:38 p.m.: Witness C17150G - investigator of a twice-closed case against the Mossos - servesthe prosecutor to delve into the narrative of passivity. Also to insist that the police action guidelines were deliberaterly leaked so that people would know what they had to do to prevent police action.

5 FEB 2020 2:32 p.m.: Prosecutor Margallo asks the drafter of the indictment - which has been closed - on the Mossos' passivity, about the eaning of the term "riots."

5 FEB 2020 2:20 p.m.: The instructor now brandishes a Telegram cha of "Mossos for Independence". He thinks it is noteworthy that as early as six p.m. on Friday, September 29, they were already sending out a news item with the action guidelines. They had been published at noon in various media. 17,000 Mossos had them through the Intranet.

5 FEB 2020 2:18 p.m.: The emails provided by Baena's number two dissociate Soler and Puig from the police operation.

5 FEB 2020 2:04 p.m.: According to TIP C17150G, this commanders' service chart for the referendum "shows" the "iron-fisted control" that Chief Commissioner Trapero wanted to impose. "It looks like a CUP assembly", the newsroom says ironically about this evidence.



The chart that according to the Civil Guard shows Chief Commissioner Trapero's iron-fisted control on October 1st

05 FEB 2020 1:51 p.m.: TIP C17150G reads e-mails and reports collected in the investigation, in which the Mossos describe the movements of the State security forces and corps.

05 FEB 2020 1:44 p.m.: New witness. Drafter of the police report on the operatives of the Mossos in Lleida on October 1st. He is Civil Guard C171750G.

05 FEB 2020 1:43 p.m.: The testimony of the Civil Guard lieutenant who drafted the police report against the Mossos of Lleida is over. He concludes stating to Sra. Tubau thatChief Commissioner Trapero does not appear in the telephone conversations.

05 FEB 2020 1:39 p.m.: It is turn of the defence counsel. Sra. Tobau begins to tear the testimony to shreds. In fact, it is easy for her: she brandishes the court decision to close the case the lieutenant was investigating, in which the Lleida Provincial Court makes it clear that although there was tracking, it was not on anyone's order, nor was it information used to disobey the TSJC.


La interlocutòria de l'Audiència de Lleida que arxiva el cas investigat pel testimoni
The ruling of the Lleida High Court that closes the case investigated by the witness


05 FEB 2020 1:32 p.m.: The prosecution ends the testimony of the Civil Guard investigator who analyzed the audios of the Regional Room of Lleida. used by the prosecutor to fabricate the narrative of the passivity of the Mossos and of tracking of the other police forces.

05 FEB 2020 1:15 p.m.: The hearing resumes. The witness now explains the [WhatsApp] chats where the head of the Speaker Room was involved on October 1st.

05 FEB 2020 12:33 p.m.: The hearing is suspended for a few minutes.

05 FEB 2020 12:28 p.m.: The prosecutor, thanks a chaotic interrogation, recovers emails and phone calls between officers and the units. Even the testimony, the drafter of the reports, turns them topsy-turvy. For example, the one Commander Lopez sends out as a reminder that the ballot boxes were to be requisitioned even after the voting was over. TIP D19921C says the audios do not say the same thing.


The e-mail from Commander López telling the Mossos that they would have to requisition material whatever the time of day


05 FEB 2020 12:00 p.m.: The TIP declaring D19921C is the drafter of the police report 1341/17 for Court No. 4 of Lleida on collaboration of the Mossos in the referendum. The case was filed on November 8, 2019 by the Lleida High Court. Magistrate Espejel, however, has allowed him to be included in the cause a.m.


The operative part of the closing of the case by the Provincial Court of Lleida


05 FEB 2020 11:53 a.m.: Here is the key to Testimony TIP D19921C, who analyzed the audios of the Lleida Command Room to try to show that the Mossos agreed with the neighbors on the holding of the referendum. They also interpret that they did some tailing.

La diligència judicial on s'exposa el relat que explica el Guàrdia Civil sobre els Mossos a Lleida
The court document containing the narrative explained by the Guardia Civil on the Mossos in Lleida


5 FEB 2020 11:37 a.m.: The Guardia Civil testifier admits that they did not act at some polling statiuons to prevent things "getting worse".

5 FEB 2020 11:32 a.m.: The TIP clzims that there are audios which show that the Mossos are watching the movements of the Guardia Civil's riot squads in Lleida.

5 FEB 2020 11:28 a.m.: TIP D19921C claims that the Chief Inspector-in-Chief of the Lleida Command team was in an Alfarràs chat where the mayor was, and it was conceiuved for the poling station.

5 FEB 2020 11:24 a.m.: TIP D19921C tells the court that he would have liked to have "contact with the population thanks to the Mossos" on October 1st. "Out of common sense," he added. "But it was zero, in no case, in Lleida, none."

5 FEB 2020 11:22 a.m.: New witness. In this case, the TIP of the Civil Guard D19921C . Posted to Lleida and drafter of a police report on the performance of the Mossos. Public prosecutor Miguel Ángel Carballo asks the questions.

5 FEB 2020 11:20 a.m.: The testimony of the Civil Guard commander analyst, who drafted the police reports. Fermin Morales, Cèsar Puig's counsel, makes him nervous. The defence strategy has been to get TIP N29100C to admit that Puig had no operative authority. He merely paid the salaries.

5 FEB 2020 11:15 a.m.: One of the e-mails added to the case with which Martell certifies that Soler did not receive the Prosecutor's instructions. It just reported the Police already had "clues" as to how things would go.


The e-mail Martell uses to accredit his client had not been passed the instructions

5 FEB 2020 11:07 a.m.: Martell brandishes an e-mail which would attest to the Interior Ministry staff taking no notice of anything Sr. Soler said or proposed.
 

5 FEB 2020 11:03 a.m.: Sr. Martell puts e-mails on the table that the major used to incriminate Pere Soler. The lawyer makes him admit that the chain of Prefecture and operative emails does not include the then director of the Police. 

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5 FEB 2020 10:57 a.m.: Sr. Martell, with irony, thanks the Presiding judge for having turned the testimony of Major Caesar, investigating secretary, into that of an "intelligence expert's testimony", which goes against the procedure.

5 FEB 2020 10:49 a.m.: Turn of Pere Soler's counsel. Lawyer Martell asks with the aim of disassociating his client, then the director general of the police, from the operational plans for October 1st.



Lawyer Cristobal Martell, during the hearing


5 FEB 2020 10:43 a.m.: Sra. Tubau runs through e-mails collected by the Civil Guard intelligence analyst who has drafted the reports. She dismantles the interpretation he had made. For example, the legal adviser for the Interior reviewed all minutes or reports with legal consequences; not just in the case of the independence process.

5 FEB 2020 10:36 a.m.: Tubau brnadishes newspaper articles in early August, stating that the probable dates for passing the disconnection laws were September 6 and 7. The Major claimed that on August 10 this was not known.

5 FEB 2020 10:31 a.m.: Eleventh day of the trial against the Interior ministry leadership. Defense counsel continues testimonies with Major César TIP N29100C, secretary of the reports. He explains that he analyzed between 500 and 1,000 emails.


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4 FEB 2020 6:44 p.m.: The tenth session is over. Tomorrow the testimony of Baena's number two will continue.

4 FEB 2020 6:43 p.m.: Sra. Tubau continues to shed light on the selection, analysis and context of e-mails provided in the case in an interpretative report. For example, on the amendment of the Mossos 1-Oct reports. The witness admits that no comparison was made between the former and the enlarged ones.

4 FEB 2020 6:25 p.m.: Tubau asks how it was that they coincided with the CNP in an investigation Court No. 13. "We arrived at the same point by two routes," he says.
- "Did they work outside the judicial police?"
- "The judicial police units had a clue", he responds.

4 FEB 2020 6:17 p.m.: The Baena's analyst insists that of the 4,000 emails analyzed, they have only included those that are aimed to attest to relations between the political leadership and the Major. They even include those of Carme Forcadell because she was warned by the TC.

4 FEB 2020 6:06 p.m.: Cross-examiming on the e-mails begins. Sra. Tubau brnadishes an e-mail from Chief Commissioner Trapero about escorts for Pascal, Sànchez, Cuixart, Vendrell and Rovira. The Major does not know if they were granted protection. The lawyer, however, shows him an e-mail, with a request for a Ciudadanos escort. "Wasn't the fact that he received requests from pro-independence or unionist sectors an important element? Didn't they continue the investigation to find out if they were granted escorts?"  
 
El mail que rep Trapero sobre peticions de contravigilància
The e-mail that Chief Commissioner Trapero received about counter-surveillance requests


4 FEB 2020 5:57 p.m.: The witness cannot provide conclusive evidence of Chief Commissioner Trapero's contacts with the political and social leaders of the independence process. Moreover, he mentioned that intelligence reports were shared with various commanding officers.

4 FEB 2020 5:45 p.m.: The witness admits that the Agora Plan included static surveillance of buildings and outbuildings of the Civil Guard and the Spanish police. However, he adds that the Agora did not say the movements were to be reported.

4 FEB 2020 5:29 p.m.: Tubau asks him about the police report in which it is acknowledged that it "is justifiable" to send instructions to the political leadership. Major César replies that it is "wrongly stated".

4 FEB 2020 5:26 p.m.: The witness does not manage to justify the functional area of ​​the strategic or executive committee. "We tapped no telephone calls". "We perceive them," and he adds, for example, "instructions were sent on to the political leadership".

4 FEB 2020 5:25 p.m.: The witness backscratches Chief Commissioner Trapero. He assures that he is a "leader" and a "neighbourhood lad" like him.

4 FEB 2020 5:20 p.m.: The witness admits that on October 4 they had no sign that he was advising the Government. In the following day's report, because Enfocats refers to the Mossos and as he was their chief, they added him. He was part of it "unquestionably".
 
La part de l'atestat on ja hi posava que indubtablement, Trapero ja era membre del comitè estratègic
The part of the report where it says that Chief Commissioner Trapero was already unquestionably a member of the strategic committee
 
4 FEB 2020 5:15 p.m.: Tubau asks why on October 4 they presented the document Enfocats and the next day they said that "undoubtedly" Chief Commissioner Trapero was on the executive committee. "What changed in 24 hours?"


L'ofici d'entrada del 4 d'octubre del document Enfocats
The official October 4 register entry of the Enfocats document
 

4 FEB 2020 5:09 p.m.: The Major tells the Court that in the first report the Mossos were not identified as suspects of sedition and yet Jordi Sànchez and Jordi Cuixart were.

4 FEB 2020 5:03 p.m.: PHOTO: Here is the part of the report of the Civil Guard on the 20S where they say that the [Department of the] Economy search ended at 10 p.m.. Tubau asks him why it dragged on. The commander replies that "a clone was being made and you never know when it will finish".




La part de l'atestat sobre la finalització de l'escorcoll
The part of the report on the completion of the search


4 FEB 2020 4:55 p.m.: TIP N29100C admits to Tubau that he can only speak about what happened on the 20S at the [Department of the] Economy 20S "by reference".

4 FEB 2020 4:53 p.m.: Sra. Tubau continues to put pressure on the reports on the 20S searches. He admits that except for Economy headquarters, which "was a bit harder", elsewhere the court orders were completed.


Tubau, en un moment de l'interrogatori
Sra. Tubau, during the testimony of Baena's number two.



4 FEB 2020 4:48 p.m.: Baena’s number two admits that the Mossos' ARROs helped the judicial retinue during the Unipost search.


4 FEB 2020 4:45 p.m.: Here is the e-mail that Baena's number two himself admits could be a plan to detain the Government by court order.


El famós mail on s'hi dedueix el pla de detenció del Govern
The famous e-mail from which the Government detention plan was inferred.
4 FEB 2020 4:37 p.m.: Sra. Tubau begins at the end and brandishes the October 25 e-mail, on which the defence bases its evidence of the Government's arrest. She makes him rectify, and he now admits that despitebeing a public order instruction, the possibility of arresting the Government fits into it.

4 FEB 2020 4:35 p.m.: The session resumes. Turn of Chief Commissioner Trapero's counsel. Tubau cross-examines the investigating drafter of the official police report on [the events of] October 1st.

4 FEB 2020 2:40 p.m.: The hearing ends. It is the counsel's turn, but in the afternoon.

4 FEB 2020 2:32 p.m.: "What is weird" or "what we don't see as normal" ... are the arguments of the instructor’s number two who has not made it clear that the Mossos do not have, unlike the Civil Guard, a specific Judicial Police unit.

4 FEB 2020 2:27 p.m.: The Major reiterates "the homogeneity of the orders of the Mossos d'Esquadra". He says everyone had the same orders. Which is really quite obvious.

4 FEB 2020 2:24 p.m.: The Major is outraged that when the mayor of Mollet reports threats to the ANC, the prefecture sends the report to the Minister. "I have never seen this, not even in the Basque Country," says the two of Baena. The judge cuts him off.

4 FEB 2020 2:15 p.m.: The Prosecutor asks the investigator if he "has any e-mail that shows the change in attitude of the Mossos". The Major refers to the e-mail dated October 25 that the defence provide as evidence of the plan to arrest the Government. The Major says it is a public order plan.

4 FEB 2020 2:10 p.m.: The investigator points out the due
between Omnium and Crime for Democracy in the sociual networks on the basis of "the permanent mobilization" that Enfocats had envisaged. He also gives details of a study of the "Open Schools" hashtag.

4 FEB 2020 2:08 p.m.: The chaos between prosecutor Carballo and the Investigating secretary continues with the emails. The defence counsel are silent and let it go on. It seems that they have agreed on a strategy. They may have detected some formal defect.

4 FEB 2020 2:01 p.m.: The commanding investigator of the police reports endorses Laplana's version on the 20S search at [the Department of the] Economy.

4 FEB 2020 1:48 p.m.: Baena's number two is out of control: "Trapero advised the Government not in a conscious way"

4 FEB 2020 1:46 p.m.: The e-mail in which the Civil Guard found the Mossos Internal Affairs file on the officers who might have had a passive attitude on October 1st. 50 disciplinary actions were opened, but the instructor commander thinks little of it.

4 FEB 2020 4:37 p.m.: Sra. Tubau begins at the end and brandishes the October 25 e-mail, on which the defence bases its evidence of the Government's arrest. She makes him rectify, and he now admits that despitebeing a public order instruction, the possibility of arresting the Government fits into it. 

4 FEB 2020 4:35 p.m.: The session resumes. Turn of Chief Commissioner Trapero's counsel. Tubau cross-examines the investigating drafter of the official police report on [the events of] October 1st.

4 FEB 2020 2:40 p.m.: The hearing ends. It is the counsel's turn, but in the afternoon.

4 FEB 2020 2:32 p.m.: "What is weird" or "what we don't see as normal" ... are the arguments of the instructor’s number two who has not made it clear that the Mossos do not have, unlike the Civil Guard, a specific Judicial Police unit.

4 FEB 2020 2:27 p.m.: The Major reiterates "the homogeneity of the orders of the Mossos d'Esquadra". He says everyone had the same orders. Which is really quite obvious.

4 FEB 2020 2:24 p.m.: The Major is outraged that when the mayor of Mollet reports threats to the ANC, the prefecture sends the report to the Minister. "I have never seen this, not even in the Basque Country," says the two of Baena. The judge cuts him off.

4 FEB 2020 2:15 p.m.: The Prosecutor asks the investigator if he "has any e-mail that shows the change in attitude of the Mossos". The Major refers to the e-mail dated October 25 that the defence provide as evidence of the plan to arrest the Government. The Major says it is a public order plan.

4 FEB 2020 2:10 p.m.: The investigator points out the duel between Omnium and Crime for Democracy in the sociual networks on the basis of "the permanent mobilization" that Enfocats had envisaged. He also gives details of a study of the "Open Schools" hashtag.

4 FEB 2020 2:08 p.m.: The chaos between prosecutor Carballo and the Investigating secretary continues with the emails. The defence counsel are silent and let it go on. It seems that they have agreed on a strategy. They may have detected some formal defect.

4 FEB 2020 2:01 p.m.: The commanding investigator of the police reports endorses Laplana's version on the 20S search at [the Department of the] Economy.

4 FEB 2020 1:46 p.m.: The e-mail in which the Civil Guard found the Mossos Internal Affairs file on the officers who might have had a passive attitude on October 1st. 50 disciplinary actions were opened, but the instructor commander thinks little of it.


El mail on s'adjunta l'informe de la DAI
The email to which the DAI report is attached

4 FEB 2020 1:42 p.m.: The secretary of the police reports now accuses Commander Molinero of changing the October 1st reports by the Mossos. He takes the information from an e-mail that does not say this, but that there were reports to which  information had to be added.

4 FEB 2020 1:34 p.m.: TIP Major N29100C continues to explain the contents of various emails. Baena's secretary highlights this meeting on October 13, where Chief Commissioner Trapero warned that the Civil Guard just needed two videos to rustle up a sedition.


L'acta de la reunió de Prefectura del dia 13 que el Guàrdia Civil vol destacar
Heading of the minutes of the meeting which is highlighted by Baena’s Secretary

4 FEB 2020 1:03 p.m.: TIP N29100C explains an e-mail that is not in the case documents. Nevertheless, the judge tells him to explain the content.

4 FEB 2020 12:59 p.m.: The hearing is resumed with the testimony of Baena's number two. After a 20 minutes search they fail to find one of the e-mails the witness was referring to.
 
4 FEB 2020 12:19 p.m.: Baena's number two admits that they collected as many as 4,000 of Chief Commissioner Trapero's e-mails.

4 FEB 2020 12:10 p.m.: TIP N29100C reproaches that Mossos for passing the "police reports" through the legal advice of [the Department of the] Interior. He fails to say that these were minutes of meetings and reports.
 
4 FEB 2020 11:55 a.m.: They ccontinue searching for the "flowchart" in the room. The Presiding Judge seems intrigued.

4 FEB 2020 11:54 a.m.: PHOTO: Baena's secretary now analyzes intelligence reports received by the Major regarding the political and social situation in Catalonia. Here is one of the covers.


Portada dels informes d'intel·ligència que rebia el Major Trapero
Cover of intelligence reports received by Chief Commissioner Trapero

4 FEB 2020 11:36 a.m.: Here is the heading of the Civil Guard report on Chief Commissioner Trapero's e-mails. According to the analyst, the Mossos' spies "already knew on August 10 that the plenary session to pass the referendum law would be on September 6 and 7". Just like the press at the time.




Els analisis dels correus de Trapero
analisiscorreus


4 FEB 2020 11:30 a.m.: The Guardia Civil is surprised that the General Information Office sent their intelligence analyzes on the political and social movements that were happening in Catalonia.

4 FEB 2020 11:26 a.m.: Baena's secretary says they did not request collaboration with the Mossos because they did not agree on a referendum inquiry. Only with the CNP, in an investigation by order of Court 1.

4 FEB 2020 11:22 a.m.: "I don't understand how Vice President Junqueras came in and then they couldn't make a cordon," says number two on Baena.

4 FEB 2020 11:21 a.m.: According to TIP N29100C it does not make sense for the Civil Guard to send emails to the Police Coordination Room asking for support by 20S if the Mossos have arrived. Attempt to emphasize that the Catalan police did not heed. The Mossos were there.

4 FEB 2020 11:17 a.m.: Baena's secretary is now focusing on the 20S search, saying that the committee began to worry about seeing a "fat fuck" forming. But before that, they rushed to secure the test.

4 FEB 2020 11:07 a.m.: An e-mail from October 20, 2017, from Carles Puigdemont to his secretary, reappears to end a letter to Chief Commissioner Trapero, to congratulate him. The analyst justifies that they found the document after delivering the paperwork.

4 FEB 2020 11:03 a.m.: The Civil Guard analyst admits that they took their wallets with the universal census. It was possible to vote despite CTTI intervention.

4 FEB 2020 10:56 a.m.: Here the cover of Enfocats the document without signature and only found in the house of Josep Maria Jové, with which the Civil Guard analysts base their story. Marchena did not use him for the judgment in the process.
La portada d'Enfocats
The cover of Enfocats

4 FEB 2020 10:47 a.m.: "Some of the Mossos advised the Strategic Committee," the analyst says but admits he has not found any evidence. In fact, he says they suspect it was the Major in exchange for giving him this position.

4 FEB 2020 10:45 a.m.: According to the analyst, Enfocats is articulated through political, economic and social conflict; the development of state structures and legislation and the social mobilization that would function as an "accordion": in addition, the transfer of less mobilization

4 FEB 2020 10:43 a.m.: The researcher's thesis is that pro-independence leaders based their goals on "territory control" and that is why the Mossos as an armed body was "essential".

4 FEB 2020 10:40 a.m.: The witness with TIP N2900C is the Instructional Secretary to Lt. Col. Daniel Baena. He continues his story based on the Focus, the unsigned power point found at home Josep Maria Jovè

4 FEB 2020 10:36 a.m.: New TIP 29100C witness is presented as a trained information analyst in the Basque Country. Also as a Diploma in Business Administration and Management with a Master's Degree in Intelligence. Also worth noting is the level C of Catalan.

4 FEB 2020 10: 27 a.m.: New witness. The TIP of the Civil Guard G602263V, in charge of studying the communications of the Mossos in the Camp de Tarragona. It is the turn of the defence after Prosecutor Margallo has only asked if it was ratified in the report.

4 FEB 2020 10:25 a.m.: The public prosecutor has only asked him to ratify the report, and he resigns to the other agent who participated in the forensic study of vehicles. Officers do not appear in the images of the hearing.

4 FEB 2020 10:21 a.m.: The hearing of the oral judgment against the Interior dome is resumed. The tenth session begins with the testimony of agents who analyzed the vehicles of the Civil Guard as forensics. Two questions from Attorney Rubira.

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3 FEB 2020 5:14 p.m.: The hearing is adjourned until tomorrow morning

3 FEB 2020 5:12 p.m.: Morales is directing the interrogation to prove that Puig is nowhere to be found and that incriminating evidence is worthless. The emails that the Secretary of the Interior sent to Jove in 19S about the search were already "public knowledge", even a press release had been issued by the government delegation.

3 FEB 2020 5:01 p.m.: The interrogation on the part of Martell, the lawyer César Puig's lawyer, the lawyer Fermín Morales, ends.

3 FEB 2020 4:59 p.m.: Here is the part of Enfocats that defined the two committees and which does not include the post of Director General of the Police although he had said yes. Sr. Martell just finished off the witness.
El document d'Enfocats on no hi consta Soler tot i que Baena deia que sí
The Enfocats document where Soler is not mentioned although Baena said he was
L'atestat de Baena que admet com a justificable que el cap dels Mossos informi als caps polítics
Baena's report where he admits that it is justifiable for the Mossos chief to inform his political bosses

3 FEB 2020 4:19 p.m.: Here is the e-mail from the General Information Office warning that more information was needed through the images and more recommendations to extend the proceedings of 20S. Baena is speechless.


El mail de Castellví a la Prefectura
Castellví's mail to the Prefecture


3 FEB 2020 2:11 p.m.: This is the part of the report where the telephone conversations between members of the Mossos and Government are described as "surreal". Baena could not justify or detail what kind of conversations they were, not whethjer he appeared in them.



La part de l'atestat que considera surrealista l'argot de les trucades
The part of the report where the jargon of calls is described as surreal

3 FEB 2020 2:06 p.m.: Baena cannot justify the credibility of the images contributed to different testimonies. For example, two alleged Mossos who made statements on Spanish television. You cannot certify that they are.

3 FEB 2020 1:57 p.m.: Baena admits that the Mossos went to search squads to protect the Civil Guard in places where no support or support was requested, such as the Catalan Foreign Ministry.

3 FEB 2020 1:48 p.m.: Baena does not know how to specify the content of the calls between Jordi Sànchez and Chief Commissioner Trapero. " I was not allowed to call," he says. The surprise defense of the statement.

3 FEB 2020 1:46 p.m.: Here the portion of Baena's testimony that cannot be justified as labeling "unquestionably" Chief Commissioner Trapero part of the executive committee. FInalment claims that it had a "hint": that it had received a notice from the Constitutional Court (like most senior officials and officials of the Generalitat)


L'atestat on emboliquen a Trapero al comitès estratègic
The report which mixdes up Chief Commissioner Trapero with the strategic committee

3 FEB 2020 1:39 p.m.: Tubau collects Baena for a testimony of October 5 who does not know if he was made by order of the Prosecutor's Office, Carmen Lamela or Judge 1:. The letter catches him because the testimony had not been referred to the Court and yes to the Public Prosecutor's Office.

3 FEB 2020 1:32 p.m.: Baena now says "Enfocats is the way to get to the National Transition White Paper." Tubau reminds you that the first is from 2016 and the second from ... 2014


3 FEB 2020 1:30 p.m.: Baena admits that he has used the National Transition White Paper for his testimony but has not read it all.

3 FEB 2020 1:28 p.m.: "The individual conduct of the Mossos d'Esquadra in 20S was not a crime of sedition at that time," Baena tells Tubau.

3 FEB 2020 1:23 p.m.: Tubau rehearings one by one the Civil Guard criminals during the 20S. It does it chronologically. Baena, hesitantly, is passing responsibilities to field agents.

3 FEB 2020 1:10 p.m.:Baena, in his responses to Tubau, passes the responsibility on to the agents and field officers who were at 20S at the Economy headquarters.

3 FEB 2020 1:04 p.m.: Tubau questions Baena as to whether or not the Mossos acted in the 19S squad at Unipost. In fact, the Civil Guard awarded the ARROs that acted.

3 FEB 2020 12:58 p.m.: Tubau is now asking about the 20S attacks, and Baena has asked how Mossos responds to requests for help.

3 FEB 2020 12:48 p.m.: He looks back on the interrogation of Chief Commissioner Trapero's defence. Olga Tubau encircles Baena, for Trapero was proposed as Chief Commissioner by the then socialist Albert Batlle.
3 FEB 2020 12:25 p.m.: Here is the e-mail with a letter that supposedly describes the secret meeting between President Puigdemont and Chief Commissioner Trapero to congratulate the Major on 1-O. An email that the judge has not accepted in the case.


El mail de Puigdemont a Anna Gutiérrez Vila d'on Baena dedueix una reunió secreta amb Trapero
Puigdemont's e-mail to Anna Gutiérrez Vila from which Baena deduces a secret meeting with Trapero
3 FEB 2020 12:13 p.m.: The judge does not admit the evidence but the prosecutor reads the letter to the Court and incorporates it. Espejel cuts off Baena and reminds her that it has not been admitted as evidence.

3 FEB 2020 12:09 p.m.: Baena recounts a "secret meeting with Puigdemont and Chief Commissioner Trapero" (behind closed doors) to congratulate him on his October 1st performance. "I know this through an email from Puigdemont," she tells the prosecutor. They try to incorporate it into the cause, the defenses are opposed.

3 FEB 2020 12:03 p.m.: Baena "The demonstration on 3 October that was reported in front of Travessera de Gràcia, to the commander to recriminate our activities was important"

3 FEB 2020 11:56 a.m.: He complains that Chief Commissioner Trapero put "proportionality and congruence" ahead of the effectiveness of the judicial interlocutor to prevent the referendum.

3 FEB 2020 11:55 a.m.: "There were no calls for public order support," emphasizes Baena of the October 1 operation. Forget the various emails from Commander López and the suspension of De Los Cobos' meetings with the Mossos.

3 FEB 2020 11:54 a.m.: Baena oversaw all investigations into the process. He acts as De los Cobos and charges the neulers personally against the Major. They even mix CTTI, which has nothing to do with Mossos.

3 FEB 2020 11:40 a.m.: Baena takes every opportunity to load the neulers against Chief Commissioner Trapero. He insists that as of 155 there was no problem with the Mossos. Interestingly, in 20S the coordination between the two bodies was commissioned by López, who replaced Chief Commissioner Trapero.

3 FEB 2020 11: 36 a.m.: The prosecutor's interrogation continues in Baena. Rubira speaks comfortably of the social "collusion" of the police. The lieutenant colonel claims that the demonstrations were "peaceful" first, then no longer and since 155 "there have been no problems".

3 FEB 2020 11:28 a.m.: The Court does not admit the evidence. The prosecutor raises protest.

3 FEB 2020 11:25 a.m.: The defences are against accepting the letter as evidence. There is a court recess to decide.

3 FEB 2020 11:20 a.m.: The prosecutor asks to bring a letter from Chief Commissioner Trapero to all members of the body on November 12, 2015. In this letter, Chief Commissioner Trapero stated: «Given the complexity and specialization that the criminal types proposed, in all cases and without exception, may entail. , any corresponding action to be carried out by the Mossos must be lifted by the hierarchical chain of command, which will decide on the actions to be taken in each case; the chain must necessarily be lifted and always up to the chief curator».

03/02/2020 11:12 a.m.: Terricabras's mail to Chief Commissioner Trapero in which Baena interprets a manoeuver to reinforce the Major's leadership within the corps in order to "resize" it as a state structure. It was a congratulatory email for the management of 17A.[1]



El mail de Terricabras a Trapero

Sr. Terricabras’ mail to Chief Commissioner Trapero




02/03/2020 11:08 a.m.: "Making it look as if court and fiscal orders are being complied with, but the way to do it ... they would do it their own way," says Baena.




02/03/2020 11:05 a.m.: Baena develops a theory linking the appointment of Chief Commissioner Trapero and the conversion of the Mossos into a state structure. He also brandishes the appearance of Jordi Turull before the commission on Article 155 to back his theory.




02/03/2020 11:03 a.m.: In November 2015, there was an internal communiqué from Chief Commissioner Trapero asking to centralize the Prosecutor's Office to investigate the process. Baena also claims that the appointment of Trapero as Chief Commissioner was to "strengthen the commanders" of the Mossos and their "leadership".




02/03/2020 10:58 a.m.: Here is folio 20 of the Enfocats, of which Lieutenant Colonel Baena emphasizes the "resizing of the Mossos and the CTTI".




La pàgina 20 d'Enfocats sobre els Mossos i el CTTI



02/03/2020 10:55 a.m.: Baena concluded that the Enfocats documents and the Moleskine attested to the "previously agreed strategy". He details that the Mossos and CTTI were being "resized" as state structures.

02/03/2020 10:52 a.m.: Baena recounts that in Josep Maria Jové’s home they found the document Enfocats and the Moleskine agenda. "I linked research milestones to the data from these two elements," he says. The first document was not evaluated as evidence in the [Supreme Court] judgment.

02/03/2020 10:49 a.m.: Baena never contacted any of the Mossos' officer or commanders. "It formally processed communications," he argues. "I had unsatisfactory answers from the Mossos, I needed action, not an answer".

02/03/2020 10:46 a.m.: Baena emphasizes that the special nature of [the Department of the Economy] was the call of the "social leaders" to the rally. For the operation, the Civil Guard activated 120 antiriot polics, GRS, and a helicopter. 45 searches were carried out.

02/03/2020 10:43 a.m.: Baena says "it is not usual to take Civil Guard riot police on searches, but we expect rallies". He claims that "he does not know if [the Department of the] Economy was a symbol, but it was an aim".

02/03/2020 10:39 a.m.: The chief of the judicial police of the Civil Guard in Catalonia explains to the Prosecutor that "if mobilizations for an action are planned, they will notify the Mossos, but not otherwise". On 20S they gave the alert at ten to eight in the morning. There were police before that.

02/03/2020 10:37 a.m.: Baena, who was accused of having a Twitter account critical of the process under the name Tácito, is trying to justify his investigations. In fact, he investigated in two ways.

02/03/2020 10:32 a.m.: Baenasays that he was ordered by the National Court's Prosecutor's Office to "investigate the events that were happening in the Parliament of Catalonia". No specification of the order.

02/03/2020 10:29 a.m.: The testimony of Baena, instructor of the majority of the official reports in the various cases against the process, starts. He says the investigation was started by order of the National Court's prosecutor's office for a crime of "sedition" rather than rebellion.

02/03/2020 10:27 a.m.: Prosecutors ask the image of the witnesses of the Civil Guard, the national police and the lawyer of the Justice Administration of Judge 13 of Barcelona not to be broadcast.

 Els fiscals Carballo i Rubira
Prosecutors Carballo and Rubira at the trial of the Mossos leadership


02/03/2020 10:23 a.m.: Ninth day of the trial of the Mossos leadership at the National Court. Judge Concepción Espejel is surprised by the small or no public presence in the room. Today is the turn of the Chief of the Judicial Police of the Civil Guard in Catalonia, Lt. Col. Daniel Baena.

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01/30/2020 11:51 a.m.: The session ends. On Monday it will resume.

01/30/2020 11:51 a.m.: Sr. Martell certifies with Sr. López's testimony that Pere Soler did not play any role in the operations, open confidential information files, or "involve himserlf" or "mediate in anything".

01/30/2020 11:50 a.m.: Martell directs the interrogation to prove that the director was not at Cecor on 1-Oct, which was set up - unlike other times - in police units but not in the [Department of the] Interior. No politician attended.

Cristobal Martell ç

Cristobal Martell

01/30/2020 11:46 a.m.: It is the turn of Sr. Cristobal Martell, Pere Soler’s counsel. Sr. Lopez denies any operative representation or power of the then Director General of the Police.

1/30/2020 11:43 a.m.: "Neither he, nor any command, has ever asked for support or sympathy for the [independence] process, it is not an issue that interests us," López concludes, to counsel Tubau.

01/30/2020 11:41 a.m.: "I have a professional relationship with Chief Commissioner Trapero since he became the police chief and two years before he became the head of the Criminal Investigation Station, we obviously know each other," Lopez says.

1/30/2020 11:38 a.m.: Here is the October 4 timeline report that Inspector Souto sends and that the prosecution has used as incriminating evidence of wanting to create a 20S narrative. Sr. Lopez: It is no official report, it is a collection of information so that Chief Commissioner Trapero could testify more and better before the National Court.

 El mail de Souto als comandaments del 4 d'Octubre
Souto's e-mail to the commanders, on October 4

01/30/2020 11:33 a.m.: Here is the e-mail sent the 9:11 in the morning from López to De los Cobos with the list of 233 schools closed. Millo used this list in his mid-morning press conference. This is conclusive evidence that "coordination" was still being maintained.


 López's email to De los Cobos at 9:11 a.m. on October 1 (p)

1/30/2020 11:23 a.m.: López recounts: 239 schools that did not open, after 943 identifications; 24 due to the presence of the pair of police officers and 110 that were closed by public order units, ARRO; throughout Catalonia.

1/30/2020 11:20 a.m.: The sequence of the operation for the 1-O was a meeting on September 29 with 220 commanders to explain the guidelines and resolve doubts. These commanders were later to explain to the officers to be deployed in the operation. Finally, the 1-O there was a morning briefing with the events, guidelines and the TSJC injunction.


1/30/2020 11:17 a.m.: Judge Espejel has to stop the interrogation because Prosecutor Pedro Rubira’s computer is blocked by an advertisement. The spot was about Equality.


01/30/2020 11:16 a.m.: The second-in-command of the Mossos emphasizes to the Court that the guidelines for action were published on the intranet where all Mossos have access. "We wanted it to betransparent" and "they were
watching us with a magnifying glass," Lopez remarks.

1/30/2020 11:10 a.m.: "I understand that it was De los Cobos who had to give explanations to the TSJC judge, in fact, the coordinator asked me for it," says the commander.

01/30/2020 11:08 a.m.: Lopez insists that after the Palau meeting on September 28, he explained the content to De los Cobos. He also added the content of the meeting of the 26th. "He took note of the gravity of the moment," he says, "that the referendum would not be held up."

01/30/2020 11:06 a.m.: López regrets not being able to comply with the requirements of the Guardia Civil and the Judicial Committee in order to "be able to leave in a dignified way". "I wish it had been a more peaceful day!"

01/30/2020 11:04 a.m.: When he hung up the phone, Chief Commissioner Trapero uttered an "exclamation". "Sánchez wanted to control the police cordon in front of [the Department of the] Economy," he says. "Sánchez made no police decision, neither he nor anyone other than a police officer could do so," says the commander.

01/30/2020 11:02 a.m.: "Trapero hung up the phone on Jordi Sánchez in anger, it was a tense conversation that ended abruptly," says the commissioner. The call was in the afternoon.

01/30/2020 10:58 a.m.: "It was so dense in front of the [Department of the] Economy that the Mossos could neither lift their arms nor their batons", says López, adding that the Mediation Unit arrived

01/30/2020 10:56 p.m.: Commander Lopez now explains the details of 20S to the counsel. "I spoke to Laplana once for her to get in touch with the law enforcement officer." He also emphasizes that she could order no intervention, she was just a "transmitter".

01/30/2020 10:54 p.m.: The second-in-command of the Mossos explains the origin and history of the Mediation Unit of the corps. It consists of 9 to 10 people and was set up as a result of the eviction of 15M [protesters] from Plaça Catalunya. After a turbulent period of public order between 2009 and 2012 with the "unfortunate" Quintana case.

1/30/2020 10:51 p.m.: The Civil Guard decorated the Mossos' ARRO unit that acted during the Unipost search on September 19. "My interlocutor of the Guardia Civil, Colonel Mariano Martinez, never ever reproached us for our performance," he says, emphasizing the colonel's knowledge of the field.

1/30/2020 10:48 a.m.: "The ruling from the Constitutional Court (CC) did not change the Mossos’ strategy," says López, "all it did was incorporate the head of legal services in the meetings." "The CC had zero impact," he insisted.


Lopez, at one point during his statement (p)


1/30/2020 10:44 a.m.: Lopez claims to have heard Chief Commissioner Trapero say that "he would act differently now" in his dealings with De los Cobos.

01/30/2020 10: 43 a.m.: +Lopez gives details Saturday's meeting with Chief Commissioner Trapero and Commander Molinero, at a coffee shop in Mataró, where it was decided he would not be the interlocutor with De los Cobos and a statement was made to counter Forn's statements.

01/30/2020 10:35 a.m.: López: "A citizen security officer is not trained for public order, it would be like taking them to the aquatic unit, to the sea and with oxygen cylinders; it requires previous training"

01/30/2020 10:33 a.m.: Lopez proposed to activate the local police and Urban police to increase the numbers that had to close the schools. "Only 479 of the 11,000 in Catalonia collaborated"

01/30/2020 10:30 a.m.: Lopez insists that on September 25 in the afternoon, at the first coordination meeting, he explained the plan of paired police officers. He claimed that the pairs of Mossos had more knowledge of the territory, the people and "sensitivities". The Spanish police were to be at the ready, and available on request, but "not visible".


 Ferran Lopez, during his testimony (p)

01/30/2020 10:26 a.m.: Lopez explains the plans of action that was developed to follow the instructions of the Public Prosecutor to prevent the referendum.

01/30/2020 10:22 a.m.: The trial of the Mossos leadewrship continues. Eighth day. The testimony of commander Ferran Lòpez continues, answerting the questions of the defence counsel.

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01/29/2020 2:22 p.m.: This morning's session of the trial of the Mossos leadership ends. Tomorrow the testimonies will continue, with the counsel questioning the witness, commander Ferran Lòpez.

01/29/2020 2:20 p.m.: "The detention plan is not va fer per escrit, it is never done that way, especially given the confidentiality involved", he adds.

01/29/2020 2:19 p.m.: Lopez said that "from 25, 26 and 27 on our view was that at any moment they might order the arrest of President Puigdemont."

01/29/2020 2:16 p.m.: Lopez: "No one can be satisfied from a numerical point of view with compliance with thecourt injunction, with which it was very difficult to comply".

01/29/2020 2:11 p.m.: Lopez ironically argues that the National polkice and the Guardia Civil's  job was simplified: "It goes without saying that in Catalonia cutting roads has become a national sport, if it were an Olympic sport we would be champions and there was not a single one on 1-Oct".

01/29/2020 2:06 p.m. López denies vehemently that the Mossos were tracking the National Police and the Guàrdia Civil. 

01/29/2020 2:05: The commander informs the Prosecutor that the Mossos' public order units (ARROs) closed 110 polling stations. In view of how things were going, the curator and the superintendent Amadeu Domingo prepared an alternative plan.

01/29/2020 1:58 p.m.: Lopez emphasizes to the public prosecutor that at 10 in the morning he had a meeting with De los Cobos that the coordinator had forgotten. Suspend scheduled meetings on those days. At noon Chief Commissioner Trapero returns from TSJC with a message: coordination is broken.

01/29/2020 1:51 p.m.: Lopez claims that although it had been agreed that the Mossos had to ask for support later, he learned that there was a preferential order of action for the Spanish police between 7.30 and 10 am.

01/29/2020 1:50 p.m.: Lopez sheds light on BRIMO's tasks during October 1st. An obsession of the prosecution. The only criticism is that they should not have stayed at the Barça - Las Palmas football match.

01/29/2020 1:48 p.m.: The Mossos' communiqué on the only pair of police officers withdrawn by order of the commanders because of complicity or collusion with the referendum. It happened in Santpedor and a reserved discviplinary action wqas opened, as López has explained to the Prosecutor.


L'acta dels Mossos que explicava Ferran Lòpez sobre un binomi retirat a Santpedor

The Mossos' report explained by Sr. Ferran López on a pair of Mossos withdrawn from Santpedor


01/29/2020 13:39 p.m.: Lopez: "There was no order for the pair of Mossos to be present the whole day"


01/29/2020 13:38 p.m.: The Prosecutor is now pressing Lopez to tell what material the binomials were wearing. The commissioner explains that they had their usual allowance - armed with a gun - because if they needed public order they could ask for ARRO, CNP or Civil Guard.


01/29/2020 1:37 p.m.: Lopez reports to the prosecutor. The Mossos closed the 1-O 134 schools, besides the 239 which they did not allow to open. The binomials closed 24 centers. The commissioner acknowledges that they expected the binomial effectiveness to be higher.

01/29/2020 1:29 p.m.: "We devoted 90,000 hours of the Mossos during the 1st of October, on the 21st of D we spent 84,000 hours, bearing in mind that they had 4 hours to go to vote; never again have we seen such  an operation", says López.

01/29/2020 1:21 p.m.: On September 29, a meeting was held with De los Cobos, where it was established, at the request of the Coordinator, to set up tracking cells and launch the "event manager". Lopez regrets that the state forces did not take part in the Mossos' CECOR. The Commander proposed to set up regional CECORs.

01/29/2020 1:17 p.m.: Lopez describes the 1-Oct action plan that De los Cobos described as "labyrinthine". "It is easier than it seems, in fact it's the usual procedure of any procedure," the commander emphasizes.

01/29/2020 1:13 p.m.: Here are the guidelines of action that the Prefecture sent to the Mossos by the referendum. Commissioner López has to explain to Prosecutor Rubira during the hearing because he did not know them.

The general principles of action that Chief Commissioner Trapero ordered the Mossos on September 29

Els principis generals d'actuació que Trapero va ordenar als Mossos el 29 de setembre 
The general principles of action that Trapero ordered the Mossos on September 29

01/29/2020 1:08 p.m.: This is the form prepared by the Mossos Prefecture to comply with the TSJC's injunbction to prevent the referendum.
Acta dels Mossos per complir de la resolució del TSJC d'impedir el referèndum
Mossos' form to fulfil the TSJC's injunction to prevent the referendum

01/29/2020 1:03 p.m.: "The Prefecture is not an assembly or a cooperative, but decisions are taken together," explains López.

01/29/2020 12:59 p.m.: The commander says that every two hours he informed De los Cobos of the actions of the Mossos to comply with the TSJC injunction.


 Les pautes dels Mossos per complir amb el TSJC

Guidelines from the Mossos Prefecture to comply with the TSJC and prevent the 1-Oct

01/29/2020 12:09 p.m.: Lopez: "Trapero met with the TSJC magistrate who gave the call, the Major points everything out - systematically - and told us that we need to act with proportionality and congruence".

01/29/2020 12:07 p.m.: Lopez describes the "sad situation" that the Prefecture was experiencing after 1-Oct. "To find out what was happening, we sat on a couch with thick silence and watched government appearances on television and made decisions," he says. "We were called to any meetings."

01/29/2020 12:05 p.m.: Lopez also recalls that Puigdemont said that "if any misfortune were to occur, I would declare independence." "I passed this comment on to Pérez de los Cobos," he concludes.

01/29/2020 12:03 p.m.: "Neither Junqueras nor Forn said anything at the meeting on the 28th," Lopez says. Puigdemont only spoke to claim that they had a mandate to fulfil. "It was nothing new, where Puigdemont could say he would go ahead."

01/29/2020 11:59 a.m.: "Castellví attended the meeting in Palau because it was he that had most information", he justifies. "No police radar detected any organization for violent acts, no police radar," Lopez insists.

01/29/2020 11:57 a.m.: Lopez also sadly comments that they were "warned by the Constitutional Court". He adds that Commander Castellví, the Chief Information Officer, had warned him about his concerns about what might happen". He then spoke with De los Cobos, to explain to him the contents of the meeting. This was denied by the colonel yesterday.

01/29/2020 11:54 a.m.: Lopez details the meeting with Puigdemont: We rebuked him for his declarations on the Mossos during the referendum and "we never supported" the referendum. "We complied with the judge's injunction", he emphasizes.

01/29/2020 11:52 a.m.: Lopez gives details to Prosecutor Rubira - by the way, seemingly uninterested - of the plan of the pairs of police officers with the support of ARRO and BRIMO, and the UIPs of the Spanish police and the GRS of the Civil Guard that would be in "reserve".

01/29/2020 11:46 a.m.: López explains that he and Commander Molinero had a coffee with Chief Commissioner Trapero, and they asked him that "in the interest of good coordination with the other police forces," to change the "interlocutor" at the Coordination meetings with Diego Pérez de los Cobos at the sight of the "clash" between the Colonel and the Major.

01/29/2020 11:42 a.m.: Here is one of the images of the GOAP and the Helix of the Mossos on the plunder of vehicles of the Civil Guard during the 20S in front of Economy. DNA tests were carried out. This was explained by Commander López.

Imatge de l'helicòpter dels Mossos sobre el saqueig dels vehicles davant d'Economia

Imatge de l'helicòpter dels Mossos sobre el saqueig dels vehicles davant d'Economia

Lopez does not hide, saying that the prefecture considered the idea of Pere Soler, director general of the Police, to "sue the Public Prosecutor" to be horrible.
Lopez says with pride that the Mosses spoke of "prudence" and "proportionality". "These were difficult days," the Commander, who does not lose his smile, recalls. "We were complying with the orders of the prosecutor and the judge, with proportionality, and this is perfectly compatible".
These are the minutes of the September 21 meeting at which Chief Commissioner Trapero assembled the entire prefecture to review the Agora Plan. Prosecutor Rubira got himself in a mess and confused the review with "criticism". "We always engage in self-criticism," Lopez replied.


Acta dels Mossos del 21 de setembre amb la reunió de la Prefectura per revisar el pla Àgora
The Minutes of the Agora Plan Review Meeting of September 21


Aquest és el pla Àgora preparat pels Mossos de cara la tardor del 2017
This is the Àgora plan designed by the Mossos ahead of the autumn of 2017 

29/01/2020 11:16 a.m: "The Civil Guards' requests were made by phone, though they later arrived through official channels," said the Commander.




Ferran López during his testimony (p)




El Fiscal Rubira en un moment de l'interrogatori al Comissari López (p)

01/29/2020 10:29 a.m.: López details that he suspended his vacation in July 2017 to attend two meetings: the farewell to Albert Batlle and the taking over of the new Minixster. "Batlle resigned because he disagreed with the department's new direction," he says.

01/29/2020 10:27 a.m.: Prosecutor Rubira asks López "What is the difference between Prefecture and Jefatura?"
López: "None, it's the translation. It's the documents in Spanish added to the case".

01/29/2020 10:25 a.m.: The interrogation is in the hands of prosecutor Pedro Rubira. Lopez describes the organization chart of the Mossos (major and chief commissioner), and emphasizes that "he does not remember a chief officer giving explanations to the president".


Ferran López, on arriving at the National Court (p)


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