Fifteen years on from the Madrid bombings, where are the perpetrators?

Fifteen years after the Madrid train bombings that killed 193 people and injured 1,700, Óscar López-Fonseca of el Pais writes about the bombers and where they are now.

Of the eight killers, five are serving the most restrictive conditions possible under Spanish law. They are ineligible for parole and have fewer outdoor hours than other prisoners. Three other bombers have better conditions for good behavior.

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