Nearly four years after the attack that killed the police brigade inspector Eduardo Puelles information, on trial for his murder has left this afternoon for judgment in the Criminal Division Court. Prosecutors sought 45 years in prison for each of the three accused, and convicted of belonging to ETA and for another attempt. The defense requires, instead, the acquittal, arguing that incriminating statements made at police headquarters after his arrest occurred under torture. State law, the prosecution and private prosecution and agreed that popular maltreatment were not detected by any of the medical inspections carried out and that these allegations are nothing more than a strategy of the terrorist.
The three defendants have attended the trial, which has developed between yesterday and today, from an armored cabin separated from the rest of the room and have refused to give evidence, because, as has been said, do not recognize the legitimacy of the court. The only thing I wanted to make clear Pastor, at the end of the hearing this morning, is not known or had dealings with a distant relative Puelles neighbor, in the words of the prosecutor, who had been informed of the place of domicile of the agent killed. According to statements made at police headquarters and EtxebarrÃa Zapirain-the third respondent did not testify because he injured himself and had to be treated-it was Shepherd who identified the inspector registration.