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Spanish govt slammed over bizarre Catalan .cat internet registry cop raid

jltallon

> and is being ordered to drop content because central government doesn't like it.+

Catalan judges found that the content is used for infringing the law, and so it's illegal to be published.

The crime being to use public (i.e. taxpayer's) money to fund some politicians' delusions.

The fact that those same politicians have been blatantly stealing from the Catalan institutions/people (the "3%" cases) and are about to be processed for that reason is only coincidence, right? (the idea being that in an independent Catalonia, Spanish judges have no authority; Plus the proposed ""Catalan Constitution"" expressly implies judicial submission to the catalan government....)

Sorry to spoil the fun for you. You should check the facts first.

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