Sunday, August 14

Laura Borràs denounced a robbery in her house that was actually in a storage room


The theft that the President of the Parliament, Laura Borràs, reported to the Mossos d’Esquadra last June was not at her home, as she herself explained on Twitter, but in a community storage room where the thieves broke into several rooms.

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According to the investigations of the Mossos d’Esquadra on the complaint filed by Borràs, the thieves acted in a farm in the Barcelona neighborhood of Eixample where there are several community storage rooms and forced half a dozen of them, including that of the president of the Parliament, reports the EFE agency.

Borràs mentioned that robbery at the press conference this Thursday to announce that he does not intend to resign after the Prosecutor’s Office has presented his indictment in which he asks for six years in prison and 21 years of disqualification for the finger awarding of contracts for benefit his friend Isaías H. when he directed the Institució de les Lletres Catalanes (ILC).

The President of the Parliament highlighted in her speech that the complaint she filed for the robbery has been archived by the head of Barcelona’s Investigating Court number 9, who was precisely the one who initiated the investigation for her management at the head of the ILC, as a result of a Mossos d’Esquadra operation against drug trafficking.

“Just yesterday I received the filed proceedings of the robbery that I reported not even a month ago at my home. The one who signs the file of the proceedings is the judge of court number 9 who initiated this prospective investigation”, criticized the president of the Parliament.

In this sense, she has also stressed that the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor Teresa Duerto who signs the indictment against her “is the prosecutor that the judge incorporated into this case” and that “she also persecutes other independentistas such as Josep Lluís Alay”.

Laura Borràs publicly announced on June 19 on her Twitter account that she had filed a complaint with the Mossos d’Esquadra for a robbery she suffered “at home”.

“Only personal documents have been taken. I appreciate the professionalism of the escort service, the agents of the police station and the scientific police who are acting in the face of this attack on my privacy”, Borràs explained then.





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