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We have to ask Ana Iríbar how her life has been these twenty-five years since Gregorio Ordóñez was killed. They are complex questions, but not as complex as the answers to everything that happened afterwards. The letters of condolences were sealed, he tells us, as they arrived in 1995, until now and that 14-month-old baby is already a man who grew up and studied in schools and universities where the terror that Basque society experienced was consciously hidden. The generation of Gregorio Ordóñez’s son does not know what happened to his father, nor to Irene Villa or Miguel Ángel Blanco. A report from GAD3 proves it. ETA’s terrorism never … See More.

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