Posted by The AntiMedia on October 10, 2017 1:58 pm

Anti-Media spoke with Isabelle Bolla, an American woman who has lived in Catalonia for the past two years.

(ANTIMEDIA) — On October 1st, Catalonia held a disputed referendum vote in an attempt to declare independence from Spain. On voting day, Spanish police were documented using excessive force against Catalans attempting to place their vote. While the situation in Spain has recently garnered much attention from the media as it reaches a boiling point, tensions between the governments of Catalonia and Spain have been building for years.

Just yesterday, Spain’s ruling party made a veiled threat to assassinate the president of Catalonia, as shared in this tweet from Julian Assange, who continues to be outspoken on the issue.

EU silence has now led to this: Spain’s ruling political party just made a barely veiled threat to have Catalonia’s current president shot. pic.twitter.com/c03P1H2otB

— Julian Assange 🔹 (@JulianAssange) October 9,

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