by Mish

Police Attack Catalan Firefighters

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Easy Prediction

Despite constant drivel from Rajoy, the vote largely took place as Catalonia president, Carles Puigdemont, declared all along.

Rajoy has already managed to take down one of the videos I linked to. Not sure how long this collection will last.

Update: close to 800 no reported injured by the police.

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