Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Like all years since then, there's been a memorial and protest in demand of justice.
Image from Gara newspaper.
In March 3rd 1976, police squads broke into a church of the capital of Araba murdering 5 workers and injuring more than 100 that were on strike. The minister of interior and direct responsible of the massacre was then Manuel Fraga, who later founded the Spanish conservative party and eventually became the ruler of the autonomous region of Galicia (until, already senile, was displaced some years ago).
Nobody has ever been judged for this massacre.