Catalan regional police chief Josep Luis Trapero gets into a car after leaving the national court in Madrid, Spain, Friday, Oct. 6, 2017. Spain's National Court is questioning two senior officers of Catalonia's regional police force and the leaders of two pro-independence civic groups who have been placed under investigation for sedition, a case over preparations for an Oct. 1 referendum on independence.
Catalan regional police chief Josep Luis Trapero gets into a car after leaving the national court in Madrid, Spain, Friday, Oct. 6, 2017. Spain's National Court is questioning two senior officers of Catalonia's regional police force and the leaders of two pro-independence civic groups who have been placed under investigation for sedition, a case over preparations for an Oct. 1 referendum on independence. Paul White AP Photo
Catalan regional police chief Josep Luis Trapero gets into a car after leaving the national court in Madrid, Spain, Friday, Oct. 6, 2017. Spain's National Court is questioning two senior officers of Catalonia's regional police force and the leaders of two pro-independence civic groups who have been placed under investigation for sedition, a case over preparations for an Oct. 1 referendum on independence. Paul White AP Photo

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