Pablo Hasel and six other accused testify this Thursday
LLEIDA, Nov. 23 (EUROPA PRESS) -
Four of the eleven defendants tried this Wednesday at the Lleida Court together with the rapper Pablo Hasel for alleged public disorder in the protest against the arrest of the former president of the Generalitat Carles Puigdemont have acknowledged the facts and have accepted nine months in jail.
Initially, the Prosecutor's Office requested for them and the other seven defendants more than five years in prison.
In its initial indictment, the Prosecutor's Office argued that several of the defendants hid their faces and heads with hoods and masks and that some of them allegedly cornered the agents with kicks and shoves, took away their radio stations and threw objects at them.
In the trial, which lasts two days, the witnesses testify this Wednesday and, on Thursday, the seven defendants who have not acknowledged the facts, including Pablo Hasel.
The rapper, who entered prison in February 2021, when he was arrested by the Mossos d'Esquadra at the University of Lleida to serve the sentence imposed by the National Court for glorifying terrorism and insulting the Crown, has reached the courts from the Ponent Penitentiary Center in a Catalan police van.