The Prosecutor’s Office withdrew its accusation and Vox did not comment on the time
The Court of Barcelona archived the case in which the former deputy of the CUP, Anna Gabriel, was charged with the alleged crime of disobedience due to her alleged participation in the Unilateral Declaration of Independence (DUI).
In an order consulted by Europa Press this Friday, the court decided to archive the case because Gabriel and the Prosecutor’s Office requested to do so, and the other accuser, Vox, did not comment on the time it should be done.
For this reason, the court agreed to the free dismissal of the case and the definitive file, a decision that comes a year after the proceedings reached the Barcelona Court from the Supreme Court (TS).
The case was heard by the Supreme Court of the instructor of the ‘procés’, Pablo Llarena, and was transferred to Barcelona after it was admitted by the Prosecutor’s Office and the defense of Gabriel because it was no longer certified.
The instructor concluded the summary after taking a statement from Gabriel, who voluntarily appeared at the Supreme Court after returning from Switzerland, where he has been since he was charged in 2018 and where he currently lives.
At that time, the Prosecutor’s Office requested to transfer the case to the Court of Barcelona with the intention that this court would judge his accused for disobedience, but in the end, he withdrew his accusation, considering that he had not committed any crime, and requested the file that they had agreed with the judges.
During the investigation of the case, Gabriel testified in the Supreme Court and denied that he committed a crime of disobedience due to his alleged involvement in DUI.