Judge Manuel Penalva and anti-corruption prosecutor Miguel Ángel Subirán who were removed from the Cursach case
Former judge Manuel Penalva and anti-corruption prosecutor Miguel Ángel Subirán.
Manuel Penalva and Miguel Ángel Subirán face sentence demands of more than 100 years.
The protest on Sunday.
Tolo Cursach himself attended the protest.
The former judge and prosecutor are facing sentence demands amounting to more than 100 years.
Accused of the illegal arrests of fifteen people.
In effect, the appeals apply only to events in Calvia - Magalluf specifically.
Demonstration in late 2017 against the Cursach investigations.
Police officers and Cursach Group employees are among those expected to take part.
The town hall has an obligation to meet the costs of acquitted police officers.
Although huge sentences have been demanded for the original judge and prosecutor, Tolo Sbert doesn't want to see them imprisoned.
Álvaro Gijón, a former deputy mayor of Palma, was implicated in the Cursach case and the 'caso ORA'.
These sentence demands relate to the 'caso ORA' that had to do with the contract for the parking zones in Palma.
Tolo Sbert (left) and Tolo Cursach outside the courts during the trial.
Sentences also being demanded for four police officers.
The trial is over, but the Cursach affair most definitely is not.
Palma town hall was initially a private prosecutor of accused police officers.
It happened on numerous occasions.
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