Mayka Navarro, Barcelona, Carlota Guindal, Madrid
They deny the Civil Guard wanting to attack people.
Two of the nine radical independentists arrested by the Civil Guard on Monday detached from the defense strategy of the rest of the group and decided to answer all the investigators’ questions.
In the long interrogation they acknowledged, separately, that they were preparing forceful actions that they defined as sabotage, but denied having ever had the will or the ability to provoke actions that could be described as terrorists, nor caused damage to people, following sources involved in the investigation.
The independentists, who go to court on Thursday, planned to attack the power grid
These two detainees, who as their companions will appear this Thursday before the judge of the National Court Manuel García Castellón, denied being part of a new terrorist group, as the Prosecutor’s Office maintains. They did admit that they had decided to increase the intensity of the actions that they have been carrying out in the framework of the Defense Committees of the Republic (CDR) for two years.