Adrià Carrasco has returned to Catalonia. The young man from Esplugues de Llobregat (Barcelona) who escaped from arrest for terrorism and rebellion in April 2018 has decided to return from Belgium after 1,000 days after his court case was filed, as he himself announced in a press conference in front of the Court Superior of Justice of Catalonia (TSJC) this Monday.
The young Catalan was being investigated together with Tamara Carrasco in the case for terrorism and rebellion that the National Court opened in spring 2018 in relation to the roadblocks that the CDRs staged in protest at the imprisonment of sovereign leaders. The case has come to nothing: Tamara Carrasco was acquitted last October, in a sentence where the judge reproached the investigation carried out by the Civil Guard, and now the Granollers court that took over the case against Adrià Carraco has shelved the investigations.
Adrià Carrasco fled to Belgium after the Civil Guard appeared at his home in the early morning of April 10, 2018 with the intention of arresting him for terrorism and rebellion for having participated in roadblocks and opening of tolls from the previous Holy Week in protest at the arrest of Carles Puigdemont in Germany. The young man escaped through a window of his house when the agents knocked on the door. The Civil Guard did detain Tamara Carrasco, who was acquitted two and a half years later but spent more than a year confined in her municipality as a precautionary measure.