Interpol seeks ETA separatist in Dublin, Ireland

Interpol seeks ETA separatist in Dublin, Ireland

New postby CelticSicilian on Thu Sep 25, 2008 6:55 pm

Interpol seeks ETA separatist in Dublin, Ireland


"Spanish authorities have asked Interpol to help find one of the most notorious members of the Basque separatist group ETA, who may now be in Dublin after his recent release from jail.

Madrid Judge Eloy Velasco wants to question Jose Ignacio de Juana Chaos in connection with a complaint accusing him of ‘glorifying terrorism.’

De Juana Chaos was freed from a Spanish prison on 2 August after 21 years served for the murders of 25 people in a string of 11 attacks

Hours after his release, a letter attributed to him was read out at a gathering of his supporters in Spain’s northern Basque Country.

The letter paid homage to ‘Txomin’, the head of ETA in the 1980s, when De Juana Chaos himself was an active member.

The Association for the Victims of Terrorism filed a complaint in which it said the gathering and the letter constitute ‘an apology for terrorism.’

Since his release, de Juana Chaos has filed a request with Spain’s consulate in Dublin to renew his identity documents, in which he listed an address in Dublin, judicial sources said. "

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