The Dani Alves case has reached its second trial session at the Barcelona Court, with the agents involved in the case being summoned as witnesses. Several Mossos d’Esquadra have confirmed the emotional state of the complainant and the accuracy of her version of events based on the images from the Sutton nightclub cameras.
One of the first agents to speak with the complainant described her as “trembling and crying,” and in a state where she was unable to speak. The complainant insisted that she wanted justice, not money, and was initially hesitant to report the incident, feeling that she was to blame for what had happened.
Another Mossos d’Esquadra who was at the scene of the events detailed that the girl was in shock and overwhelmed, and had to be reassured that she was not to blame for what had happened. The agent also took a statement from the victim, who had initially not planned to report the incident out of fear that her name would be revealed and that she would not be believed.
The police officers in charge of viewing the security cameras of the Sutton nightclub confirmed that the complainant’s version of events aligns completely with the images captured by the cameras. The emotional toll of the incident was evident as the complainant collapsed during her statement.
The delicate emotional state of the complainant and the accuracy of her version of events based on the nightclub cameras have been confirmed by the Mossos d’Esquadra involved in the case. The complainant’s initial reluctance to report the incident out of fear and self-blame has been highlighted, as well as her insistence on seeking justice. The trial at the Barcelona Court continues to unfold as more witnesses are summoned to provide their testimonies.
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