In 2016, in Spain, there were more than 9,000 fights at the outings of the bars. However, only one of these was considered by the public prosecutor of the National Court as an act of terrorism: the one that occurred on the night of October 15 (2016) at the exit of the bar ‘Koxka’, at the Navarrese town of Altsasu.
The wounds that were considered closed, now seem to have been reopened and ETA’s ghost presumes continuing to plan on citizenship faced by a bar fight. What had this special fight? Why a fight between two Civil Guards of a countryman and a group of youngsters has risen so much?
The case of Altsasu shows that, despite the Basque Peace process, the wounds caused by ETA still remain open
Parents, friends, colleagues and neighbours of the convicts coexist with civil guards and victims of ETA terrorism in ‘Altsasu: open wounds’. Twenty witnesses and two versions that will make up a report that will address the analysis of the peace process in the Basque Country will give voice to the reality of the Navarrese and Basque societies and, of course, will try to reconstruct what happened in the morning of 15 October 2016.
‘Altsasu: fopen wounds’ was broadcasted in ‘Sense Ficció‘ a program of the Catalan Television Station TV3, and you can rewatch it HERE;