- Operation Judas. Marlaska approached the Civil Guard after detaining the nine people linked to the CDR
- Justice: The Prosecutor's Office sees no crime of rebellion in detainees linked to the CoR
- Courts.Two detainees linked to the CDRs recognize the purchase of explosive substances to "make noise" by 1-O
The Prosecutor of the National Court has requested provisional detention for the seven detainees linked to the Defense Committees of the Republic (CDR). Of the nine arrested in the operation on Monday, seven were arrested and have passed this Thursday before the judge of the National Court Manuel García-Castellón . For all seven, the Prosecutor's Office has requested provisional detention, according to defense sources.
From the point of view of their defense, they have used two different strategies. Five of them are being represented by lawyers from the independent organization Alert Solidària , while two have chosen to apply for ex officio lawyers. The group of five is the one who refused to testify before the Civil Guard. Sources of his defense have explained that they have only answered his questions and not those of the Public Prosecutor's Office, that they have refused to participate in activities that may be considered terrorist and that, in view of prison requests, they would argue that personal and family roots make it very unlikely leakage. For at least these five, the request for imprisonment is unconditional, that is, not elusive on bail.
On the other hand, the two detainees defended by ex officio lawyers have answered the questions they were asked. They did so already in the Civil Guard headquarters, where they recognized the elaboration of explosive devices with those who wanted to "make noise".
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CourtsThe Prosecutor's Office sees no crime of rebellion in detainees linked to the CoR
InteriorMarlaska approached the Civil Guard after detaining the nine people linked to the CDR
CourtsTwo detainees linked to the CDRs recognize the purchase of explosive substances to "make noise" for 1-O