Police in Spain say 14 folks have been arrested in violent avenue protests in a number of cities following the arrest of Spanish rap artist Pablo Hasél, who had barricaded himself at a college with dozens of supporters to keep away from jail and defend his combat without cost speech. Emergency companies mentioned Wednesday that 33 folks have been handled for accidents within the disturbances. Within the northeastern metropolis of Barcelona, 1000’s of protestors set trash cans on fireplace and threw rocks on the police. A number of shops and a financial institution have been broken amid chaotic scenes on one of many metropolis's most important streets. Spanish Nationwide Tv cited metropolis authorities as estimating the damages at €70,000 ($109,000).Smaller demonstrations befell in different Spanish cities. Additional protests are deliberate Wednesday. A 24-hour standoff between police and Hasél ended early Tuesday when anti-riot officers arrested him in northeastern Lleida College. He was taken to jail to serve a 9-month sentence for insulting the monarchy and glorifying terrorism in a track about former King Juan Carlos I and in 64 tweets.His case has drawn a lot consideration, with many artists, celebrities and politicians exhibiting their help and demanding a change within the nation's so-called "gag regulation." Spain's left-wing coalition authorities final week mentioned it deliberate to alter the nation's legal code to eradicate jail phrases for offences involving freedom of expression. The rapper has beforehand confronted fees for assault, praising armed extremist teams, breaking into personal premises or insulting the monarchy. Amnesty Worldwide mentioned Hasél's case was the most recent in a string of trials of artists and social media personalities in Spain underneath its 2015 Public Safety Legislation, which was put in force by a conservative authorities.