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Spain accuses FARC terrorists of collaborating with ETA.

FARC is Colombia's oldest and largest leftist insurgency group with an estimated 8,000 fighters.

Arturo Cubillas, who lives in Venezuela, will be judged for his kinks with the colombian terrorist organization FARC and the spanish terrorist ETA.

The Spanish courts on Monday also ordered the prosecution of two former leaders of ETA, Francisco Javier López Peña ‘Thierry’ and Mike Carrera Sarobe ‘Ata’, in the case that investigates the links between the armed Basque separatist band and the FARC.

In the order issued by Judge Eloy Velasco, the judge of the Spanish National Court also processes Jose Lorenzo Ayestarán  and Jose Ignacio Olaskoaga for possession of explosives in collaboration with a terrorist organization, as well as Iraitz Guesalaga, Eta responsible for computing and Iurgi Mendinueta for terrorist collaboration.

In its Order, the Judge Velasco issued an international arrest and imprisonment decreed against these seven alleged terrorists  in order to request their  extradition soon.

It is not the first time that Velasco had requested to Venezuela’s judicial system the extradition of Cubillas, currently residing in the South American country.

The judge said Cubillas maintained at least between 2004 and 2008, constant contact with the leaders of the terrorist organization ETA  “with whom he has coordinated and executed tasks, training and education policies, improved weaponry and terrorist techniques. ”

Also, the judge left without effect the imprisonment issued against Remedios Garcia Albert and Omar Arturo Zabala Padilla (alias Lucas Gualdron -delegate for Europe of the FARC) , who will be investigated in the case that has been opened on the national Court No 5 in Spain.

Remedios Garcia Albert , allegedly responsible for the FARC in Spain, was arrested in July 2008 during the police operation ‘Cali’.

However, the High Court in Spain released shortly thereafter (on bail), after accusing her of the crime of collaborating with the terrorists of ETA.

The order issued then said that, at least since 2000, Garcia Albert had a close relationship through emails with Raul Reyes, one of the main leaders of the FARC, who died in 2008 in a military operation at the ecuatorian side of the border with Colombia.