LLEIDA, Nov. 24 (EUROPA PRESS) -
The rapper Pablo Hasel has denied this Thursday in the Court of Lleida having pushed agents of the Mossos d'Esquadra or having incited the protesters in the protest on March 25, 2018 after the arrest of the former president of the Generalitat Carles Puigdemont.
In the second session of the trial, in which he is accused along with 10 other people of alleged crimes of public disorder, attack against law enforcement officers and injuries, he recalled that one of the agents who testified this Wednesday placed him in the third row but that "it was beyond".
"With all the people there were, even if I had done it, it was impossible for my voice to be heard," he stated in response to questions from the Prosecutor's Office, and has branded as nonsensical, in his words, that he could lead 3,000 people.
The Prosecutor's Office asks for Hasel five years and nine months in prison and, for the rest of the defendants, five years and three months, and four of them acknowledged the facts on Wednesday and accepted a nine-month prison sentence.
Hasel, who entered prison in February 2021 after being arrested to serve the sentence imposed by the National Court for glorifying terrorism and insulting the Crown, also testifies this Thursday.