How do they see the pardon issued by the process, such as Adrian Sass, whose sentence was confirmed by the Supreme Court

A few minutes after the amnesty law was passed. New judicial movement In a case related to independence. The Supreme Court confirmed Sentenced to three and a half years in prison For the young man from Villafranca del Penedes Adrian Sass.

The court rejected all appeals submitted by Sass, who was convicted Riot crime And also To attack power On charges of hitting a policeman with a flagpole during a demonstration in front of the Catalan Parliament on October 1, 2018.

The decision of the Supreme Court makes the ruling against SAS final and will imply, when confirmed by the implementing court, He went to prison. He will be the second protester related to the trial with a final ruling.

A few weeks ago, to another convict, danny gallardo, He was sentenced to four years in prison for rioting during a demonstration in Madrid in October 2019. Gallardo did not accept it. His whereabouts are unknown and a search and arrest warrant has been issued against him.

How do they experience the treatment of the amnesty law and what do they think of it?

The drafting of the amnesty law took a long time due to negotiations between… PSOE, Junts and ERCAmong other things, he sought to benefit Maximum number of people tried for the independence process, beyond the main political leaders.

TV3 reached out to some cases where the new law could be applied to find out how they live this law and what they think about it. Adrian Sass himself is confident of the amnesty, but with concern, he says:

“It should turn into a pardon, but we'll see what the judges do; it's been worded too abstractly.”

A similar reflection by one of the human rights defense centers in the case of Giudice, accused of terrorism, Keralt Casulevaawaiting the trial date: “Nothing is clear, nor am I clear anyway, that the amnesty law will serve us in 23-S cases.”

Another of the accused edo garzon, “The law is clear, the amnesty must include all reprisals of the pro-independence movement; but we must be careful because the interpretation that judges can give may be exactly the opposite,” he explained to TV3.

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A long list of defendants, including mayors

Terrorism, possession of explosives, rioting, assault on authority, disobedience and evasion are some of the charges cited by pro-independence activists and demonstrators. Justice compiles a long list of accused persons, which is also directly related to 1-O per Disobedience I Dodge.

This is the situation Josep Caparrosformer mayor of Ràpita (Montsià), who is asked by the State Bar Association 15 years of deprivation and a fine of 16,000 euros. For Caparos, all of these court proceedings “ultimately affect your daily life because the stress you are exposed to is important, and so is the family environment.”

He who was a member of the Election Commission 1-O sees the matter in the same way. Marta AlsinaThe court ordered a retrial with the rest of the defendants:

“We went through a very long process; we had a trial, we were acquitted, and through an appeal from the prosecutor's office, we are now awaiting trial again.”

Luis Puig: “Today we are a little freer”

Abroad for six years and arrest warrants issued against the former advisor Luis Puig Evaluating approval of the amnesty law “Like a certain air of freedom, that freedom you felt during exile when you get on a plane or take a train and take a long trip, a very nice feeling.” However, he says You have doubts about whether the judges will enforce it:

“The power of rulers is immeasurable, and we cannot believe that everything will be roses and violets.”

All the defendants that TV3 was able to interview, especially the Council for Development and Reconstruction accused of terrorism, They do not believe that the law itself fully supports them. The former mayor of La Rápita confirms that “on the part of the Spanish judiciary, they will look for any strategy not to implement it.”

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To date, almost no court has taken the step of halting the trial due to the amnesty law's actions. The only known case was last December, when a court in Girona heard it Postponing the AVE bandit trial.

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