Spain request Basque separatist group ex-ETA boss extradition from France
A Paris allures court ruled on Wednesday that Ternera might be launched under judicial supervision until a June 28 hearing. However, he was maintained in apprehension after French authorities got the extradition demand, the resource said.
Ternera was jailed in the French Alps on a different warrant from a Paris court that punished him in absentia in 2017 to eight years in prison for membership of a terrorist group, a French legal resource said.
Spain intends to attempt Ternera over complaints that he bought the bombing of a Civil Guard barracks in the city of Zaragoza in 1987 that eliminated 11 individuals consisting of six youngsters.
Spain has officially requested the extradition of Basque separatist group ETA’s veteran leader Josu Ternera following his arrest in France last month, a French judicial source stated.
Ternera, explained by Spain as the Basque separatist group’s most wanted fugitive, had gone on the run since 2002 before his arrest.