A report prepared by Guardia Civil on 28 February — and sent to Supreme Court Justice Paul Llarena to support accusation of rebellion against leaders of procés — details 404 incidents that it categorizes as violent: 95 They were suffered by agents or Facilities of Guardia Civil; 99, National Police and 17, Mossos. To this sum 193 cuts of roads and railroads that occurred during strikes of October 3 and November 8.More information
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Anor report, this of association Catalunya Somos All, collects cases until November 30: it gars a hundred situations suffered in Catalonia, from withdrawal of flags to threats. Since n, disorders have continued to be produced, especially after arrest of Carles Puigdemont, on 25 March in Germany, with clashes with government delegation in Barcelona and Lleida.
Threats and insults to judiciary. In February last year, former Barcelona chief prosecutor Ana Magaldi was reprimanded by a young man who shouted fascist and You're a shit when he was leaving a trial session for November 9, 2014 consultation. Months later, he reported that he had been cut off by heating and television antenna of his second residence. The holder of court of instruction number 13, Juan Antonio Ramírez, who investigates preparation of illegal referendum of 1-O, was victim of threatening graffiti in Port of Jungle (Girona), where he had an apartment.
Arran, youths of independence left linked to CUP, threatened with graffiti to judge Llarena in which y believed that it was his house in Das (Girona). A Twitter user unveiled direction and work of his wife, Judge Gema Espinosa, and threatened: "They must know that y will not be able to go down street from now on."Harassing guards and police
The Civil guard claims to have suffered 95 acts of violence, essentially episodes of protest, graffiti, sitting, casseroles and harassment in front of its facilities, but also injuries to its agents. These include 55 civilian guards injured in 22 incidents recorded during ir performance at polling stations on 1 October, and site to ir agents on September 20 and 21, when y registered headquarters of Department of Economics.
Days later, y threw military clos on fire against façade of command in Igualada. In La Seu D'Urgell (Lleida), a judge investigated two professors (filed complaint against six ors) for incitement to hatred in school environment against son of a civil guard. The prosecutor's office investigates 11 or teachers of Sant Andreu de la Barca (Barcelona). Anor court, from Manresa, also opened proceedings for expulsion of agents on 6 October of cafeteria of a gas station in Sant Salvador (Barcelona) where y wanted to take something after refueling.
The national police suffered 99 altercations, and 56 of its officers were injured during day of illegal consultation. In addition, y also suffered demonstrations at police stations and in hotels y were staying in. Three councillors of PSC and one of ERC of Pineda de Mar (Barcelona) are investigated for coercing owners of hotel chain to expel agents. In Reus, a court investigates mayor, five councillors and six firefighters for a hate crime for a demonstration in front of hotel of agents. A mechanic is also investigated for refusing to fix private vehicle of a national policeman and owners of a gym that prevented entry of agents. In Girona, y launched flares, which were not activated, against a police station.
Threats to political leaders. Social networks have been favorite place to attack political leaders, both constitutional and independent. Some Twitter users celebrated death of PP councillor in Tarragona Marbel Neguerela. The representative of PP Andrea Levy was intimidated by several people when he was walking at Christmas in Sant Fos de Campsentelles (Barcelona).
The deputy Joaquim Forn, now imprisoned, was reprimanded at El prat Airport when he returned from Brussels. The youth of Societat Civil Catalana underwent a boycott at an event at Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB). The business of parents of Albert Rivera in Granollers dawned with stickers calling for freedom of politicians imprisoned. The call to Puigdemont citizens to face mayors who did not yielded local by October 1 affected Exalderman of Terrassa Jordi Ballart, PSC, or mayor of Vilanova del Camí, socialist Noemí Troute. Both were threatened and insulted. All parties in Catalonia have suffered, with special intensity since last September, graffiti and attacks to ir headquarters.