It was held outside the Via Alemania courts in Palma and was directed at the judge and prosecutor involved with the case against Tolo Cursach. There was a similar protest on the day when Cursach reappeared in court for the first time since his arrest, and the same banner as then was unfurled - "Corruption in the court of instruction".
The lawyer Vicente Campaner, who represents Cursach, said that this second protest had an additional flavour. The Balearic High Court has dismissed a complaint against Penalva and Subirán. Campaner explained: "We are not stupid ... We have come here to call that legal certainty be respected, knowing that if someone commits a crime, he will not be treated differently."
There were around one hundred people in all, roughly the same number as before. The background to the protest, apart from it seemingly being a form of support for Cursach, was the discredited testimony of a key witness - the "Madame" - and the allegation that Penalva and Subirán had manipulated her evidence. She herself is now under investigation for false testimony.
A protest that had been planned for last Monday was not given permission to be held by the national government's delegation.