The Government assures that "the crimes of which the author is not known are a constant concern for the Ministry of the Interior"
MADRID, 1 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The National Police and the Civil Guard have analyzed "more than 200 firearms" belonging to the terrorist organization ETA and consequently prepared "hundreds of judicial reports in recent years to make evidence available to judges and prosecutors" and clarify unsolved crimes in this way.
This has been detailed by the Government through a written parliamentary response, collected by Europa Press, with which it answers a question from Vox in which the formation requested information about the progress in the investigation of the material seized from the gang and if this could lead to the resolution of "the 379 attacks committed by the organization" and that are pending resolution.
The formation led by Santiago Abascal specifically asked if "the analysis carried out" by the State Security Forces and Bodies "of the documentation seized in those nine dens found in France" could help advance some of the crimes that are not clarified .
"Crimes of which the author or authors are not known are a constant concern for the Ministry of the Interior and for the Security Forces and Bodies, which have very specific instructions to persevere in the investigation of all ETA attacks", he clarified. the Executive.
In this regard, the Government points out that since February 2018 there has been a significant volume of documents, weapons and other effects, transferred by the French authorities. It is, he explains, known as 'ETA stamps', which are made up of effects and documentation seized in France in counter-terrorist operations carried out in the last twenty years.
"This documentation is being analyzed and investigated by teams of technicians from the Ministry of the Interior, as well as experts from the State Security Forces and Corps, all under the coordination of the National High Court Prosecutor's Office," affirms the Executive, who knots that "several completed investigations can be highlighted" in addition to "numerous ongoing investigations".
In this context, the Government has assured that the Ministry of the Interior "continues to allocate specialized resources to bring the perpetrators of the attacks to justice, no matter how old they may be, to review the cases without judicial conviction, in the idea of informing the judges and courts of the information available for prosecution and even to open new lines of investigation".
The Executive has praised the "specific effort" that "both the Civil Guard Information Service and the National Police Information Service have been making to bring the perpetrators of the attacks to justice, no matter how old they may be." ".
A task, continues the Government, focused on "reviewing the cases without judicial conviction, in the idea of informing the judges and courts of the information available for their prosecution and even to open new lines of investigation in the cases with more gaps of information".
"Likewise, through these police actions, it is possible to interrupt the legal prescription periods, without prejudice to the time elapsed since the circumstances that motivated them occurred, all investigations remaining open and incorporating any new developments that may arise. and bringing them to the attention of the corresponding Judicial Authorities", details the parliamentary response.
"As a result of this work", the Government concludes, "hundreds of judicial reports have been prepared in recent years, to make evidence available to judges and prosecutors, who are competent to determine whether there are sufficient elements for prosecution".