The Intelligent Services suspect that the terrorist organization ETA has in this moment some infraestructure inside Basque Country. Just the same as happened with Donosti commando, this infraestructure has been leadered, during the cease fire, by some “free” members of the band and some other legal (does not have been detected by police), with infraestructure and waiting for receiving orders, informed to Europa Press antiterrorism sources.
The activity of inside Spain during ceasefire had as main facts, the detentions of the Vizcaya “commandos“, last December, and “Donosti”, last March. In both cases, there were discovered a great quantity of explosives and material, to build car-bombs, or to put limpet-bombs in the car’s lower parts.
With the operation against Donosti, a “free” member and other 9 legal members were detained. But the investigations made afterwards made possible the identification of another dozen of terrorists with links to the detained. One of them is specially dangerous, according to Security Forces. His name is Ekatiz Aguirre Goñi, ‘Ehun’ or ‘Oskarbi’. With him, the chief of Donosti command had a meeting on march 24th in Aizkorri, between Alava and Guipúzcoa.
The coordinator of ETA commandos, Garikoitz Aspiazu, ‘Txeroki’, has asked Lerín to meet ‘Ehun’ to give him some orders. What Security Forces think is that ‘Ehun’ could be making just now the same funcitons that Lerín in Guipúzcoa, but in other basque Country’s areas. The ‘Ehun’ fingertips were in the documents that Basque Police Ertzaintza found in terrorist hands when they flee from Vizcaya after being discovered the “hiding place” of Atxondo on December 23rd, 2006.
The same sources underline that the terrorists will probably come from France to kill here, to “celebrate” the ceasefire, as it happened on Dec 30th. According to them, they underline the ease ETA has to introduce a car loaded with explosives, abandon it with a temporiser and go back to France, before it explodes, not to be caught by Security Forces.
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