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Parents et amis de prisonniers et rĂŠfugiĂŠs politiques basques

monthly report

october 2013


june September ended with the inexplicable operation performed against Herrira and the end of this month of October is marked by all the comings and goings around the ruling in Strasbourg on Decree 197/2006. A very mixed month of dierent feelings, to be sure. An intense month for the families of Basque political prisoners. During the early days of the month, Etxerat gave a press conference to denounce the operation against Herrira and the arrest of 18 of its members. We showed our indignation and denounced attempts by the Spanish state to criminalize the work done on behalf of human rights and Basque political prisoners and exiles. And wishing to discredit the legitimate work being done so openly and publicly to seek a social consensus for ending the violations, it took them to jail. Etxerat and Herrira also shared objectives: to end the prison policy, emergency measures, the systematic violation of the rights of our relatives. Therefore, on October 5th we met with other political and social agencies and trade unions in a demonstration in Bilbo to create drop by drop, a sea. And we showed our commitment to go on to create a great tide.

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A few days later we begin to understand some of the reasons behind this operation. On 21st October, the European Court of Human Rights delivered their judgment: the 197/2006 Decree infringes human rights, both in the case of Ines del Rio as in that of Juan Manuel Piriz and also in the cases of 54 prisoners who remain in illegal detention. They have been long years of added suering, both for our imprisoned relatives and for us, the relatives and friends awaiting their return home, unable to forget that our loved ones have experienced the most extreme situations, in the toughest prison regimes, thousands of miles from their homes, sometimes even seriously ill, for over 20 years. After all this and just at the moment when they should be released after serving their full sentence, in the most cruel manner

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and employing a measure that does not comply with the law, as has been shown, they were informed of the lengthening of their sentences, sometimes even on the very day that they were due to leave prison. The departure date of the prisoners would disappear and in passing once again our relatives were condemned. Although the Strasbourg ruling is clear, the State continue with the violation of rights of our family and friends. The prisoners who have served their sentence are in illegal detention. But in addition, they still apply many other emergency measures, which also violates their rights. Among these measures is the dispersal, a measure designed with us in mind. And its consequences (physical, psychological, economic, social, accidents, etc.) are suered both by the prisoners and by their relatives and friends. Therefore, we will continue to work for the end of all these measures. And especially for the end of the dispersal policy that aects us directly. We should not and we cannot rest, until each and every political prisoner should be in the Basque Country.

ETXEAN NAHI DITUGU!! (we want you home!).

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dispersal 587 basque political prisoners dispersed over 80 prisons 440 Basque political prisoners dispersed over 45 prisons in the Spanish state 122 prisoners dispersed over 28 jails in the French state 8 prisoners in 3 jails in Euskal Herria 3 prisoners in an English jail 1 prisoner in the Six Counties (“Northern Ireland�) 1 prisoner in Portugal 1 prisoner in Venezuela 9 prisoners on parole, due to serious and incurable illness.

92 prisoners

in jails between 1.000 and 1.100 km from Euskal Herria (the Basque Country)

142 prisoners

in jails between 800 and 1.000 km from Euskal Herria

112 prisoners

in jails between 600 and 800 km from Euskal Herria

135 prisoners

in jails between 400 and 600 km from Euskal Herria

83 prisoners

in jails at least 400 km from Euskal Herria

6 Basque prisoners in jails in other countries.

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right to health Muret Seysses – Oier Gomez Oier Gomez, a prisoner from Gasteiz who is in prison in Meaux, in the French State, received the last session of treatment this month from the course he has been on since 18th January 12013, due to suffering from Hodgkin's Disease. Oier has spent many months going to and from hospitals for tests and to receive treatment. In July 2012 he was admitted for the first time to hospital because of the enlarged lymph nodes. No apparent cause was found in the tests performed at the Moulins Hospital. The size of the lymph nodes decreased again, so the study was discontinued. But in December of that same year, the lymph nodes increased in size again accompanied by a number of symptoms: generalized itching, night sweats, hot flushes, etc. Therefore, Oier was taken to the Pitie Salpetriere hospital, where he underwent a biopsy of the lymph and was diagnosed with a type of Hodgkin lymphoma. He began to receive chemotherapy in January 2013.

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After four rounds of chemotherapy, in May he underwent a control study. And there was a good therapeutic response with regression of all nodes that were affected. Still, the doctors decided to continue the chemotherapy to complete the course. It is emphasized that up to this point he received adequate treatment. Nevertheless there have also been problems with the hospital treatment. For example, after the session he received in July, as is usual in such cases, he experienced a drop in white blood cells. On July 18th he had a fever and the jail nurse told him that would transfer him to the hospital. At 18:00 that day he was rushed to the hospital of Meaux where, after tests, they decided it would be best he were admitted. He had to be medicated to resolve the decrease in white blood cells. At all times he was handcuffed and so he refused to take the medication. Even though the nurses and doctors tried to resolve the issue with the officers, they were unsuccessful. Oier remained handcuffed and decided to request a change of hospital. Finally, on July 16th he was taken to hospital in Paris. As for his current situation, the treatment progress has been positive and he has had the final treatment session. To receive this, he was taken to hospital on October 10th, fifteen days later than should have been the case. monthly report october 2013

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emergency mesures life sentence

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February 22nd 2006: the Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court of Spain in response to an appeal filed by Unai Parot, states that the remission should apply to each of the separate sentences and not, as had been the case, on an aggregate of 30 years. The judgment, a legal precedent, was approved by 12 votes in favor to three against.

From then until now, Decree 197/2006 has been applied, retroactively, to 93 Basque political prisoners. 28th March 2012: The Constitutional Court, with the dissenting vote of 5 of the 11 judges, endorsed the application of the “Parot doctrine” with the exception of those prisoners who had received confirmation in writing that their remission would be calculated as before and had been given a leaving date. July 10th 2012: Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights judges the first appeal to this court by Ines del Rio, whose sentence should have been completed on July 5th 2008 but which the application of Decree197/2006 had extended until 2017. In its judgment, the Court finds that the Spanish Supreme Court decree violates Articles 7 and 5.1 of the European Convention on Human Rights "with respect to establishing the non-retroactivity of criminal laws with result unfavorable to the apellant", urging the Spanish Government to release Inés del Río. The Spanish Government refuses to release her, announcing an appeal to the Grand Chamber of the Supreme Court and is willing to resort to legal engineering to maintain the extensions of sentences. October 4th 2012: Delaying to the time limit of three months, the Spanish government enters its appeal. October 21st 2013: The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights composed of 17 judges presents its findings, condemning Spain for violating Articles 7

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(“no punishment without law”) and 5.1 (“right to liberty and security”) of the European Convention on Human Rights and orders Ines del Rio be released and to be given financial compensation. The European Court notes that this legal precedent decision is binding and one which the Spanish State, as a party to the Convention of the Court itself, must abide by and comply with. October 22nd 2013: Ines del Rio is released five years after serving her original sentence. The rest of the prisoners affected by the 197/2006 doctrine remain imprisoned. The Spanish Government leaves the management of the Strasbourg Court judgment to the National Court. October 25th 2013: Juan Manuel Piriz is released a few months shy of completion of the extension of his sentence imposed by the Parot Doctrine. He was jailed in 1984 and prior to the application of the Doctrine his sentence would have been completed during March 2009. October 28th 2013: The Full Chamber of the Criminal Division of the Spanish National Court considers that the Strasbourg Court's ruling requires compliance by the State, leaves no room for avoidance and is general in application with regard to all prisoners in same situation as Ines del Rio. It sets up a schedule to assess cases. Etxerat, in common with the great majority of Basque society, saw in the judgment of the Strasbourg Court the triumph of human rights over political interests. As family and friends of political prisoners, we are filled with joy at knowing that an important crack has opened in the wall of the violations of rights that encloses us. However, the government will delay the releases thereby continuing the extension of sentences, which is reflected by the decision of the National Court: although as the trial and sentencing court, reviewing cases would correspond to itself, the National Court leaves its outstanding appeals to the Constitutional Court to resolve, others to the Supreme Court and, as for those which it will examine, will assess every Friday from November 8th. This means that at very least long months may pass until the 71 * prisoners to which the violating rights doctrine has been applied and who meanwhile remain incarcerated, see their cases reviewed. Meanwhile, 54 of them continue serving sentences which expired already, in some cases years ago:

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36.

TROITIÑO ARRANZ TXOMIN

jailed in:1987

completed original sentence in 2006

ARTOLA IBARRETXE JOSEBA

jailed in:1986

completed original sentence in 2006

GOMEZ LOPEZ PATXI

jailed in:1989

completed original sentence in 2006

LOPEZ RUIZ ANTXON

jailed in:1987

completed original sentence in 2006

REZABAL ZURUTUZA KEPA

jailed in:1987

completed original sentence in 2006

URKIZU ORMAZABAL JON ANDER

jailed in:1986

completed original sentence in 2007

GABIRONDO AGOTE JUAN MARI

jailed in:1986

completed original sentence in 2007

PACHO MARTIN IMMACULADA

jailed in:1991

completed original sentence in 2008

ZABARTE JAINAGA JOSE FELIX

jailed in:1985

completed original sentence in 2008

ODRIOZOLA AGIRRE PEIO

jailed in:1988

completed original sentence in 2008

NOBLE GOIKOETXEA INMACULADA

jailed in:1987

completed original sentence in 2008

OROTEGI OTXANDORENA IÑAKI

jailed in:1986

completed original sentence in 2008

LUJANBIO GALDEANO FRANCISCO

jailed in:1984

completed original sentence in 2008

FDZ . DE LARRINOA P. DE LUKO IÑAKI

jailed in:1989

completed original sentence in 2008

MARTINEZ DE LA FUENTE JOSE RAMON jailed in:1986

completed original sentence in 2009

LEGORBURU GEREDIAGA JUAN JOSE

jailed in:1986

completed original sentence in 2009

TURRIENTES RAMIREZ MITXEL

jailed in:1986

completed original sentence in 2009

FRANCISCO RODRIGUEZ NICOLAS

jailed in:1987

completed original sentence in 2009

BARANDALLA IRIARTE BAUTISTA

jailed in:1990

completed original sentence in 2009

SAGASTUME ARRIETA MAITANE

jailed in:1991

completed original sentence in 2009

UZKUDUN ETXENAGUSIA MARITXU

jailed in:1991

completed original sentence in 2009

URAIN LARRAÑAGA JOKIN

jailed in:1986

completed original sentence in 2009

URDIAIN ZIRIZA IÑAKI

jailed in:1989

completed original sentence in 2009

AZKARGORTA BELATEGI LUIS MARI

jailed in:1988

completed original sentence in 2009

ARRUTI AIZPITARTE JUAN CARLOS

jailed in:1989

completed original sentence in 2009

SOLANA ARRONDO KEPA

jailed in:1991

completed original sentence in 2009

DIAZ DE HEREDIA R. DE ARBULU JOSU

jailed in:1986

completed original sentence in 2009

SANCHO BIURRUN JOKIN

jailed in:1989

completed original sentence in 2009

GARALDE BEDIALAUNETA ISIDRO

jailed in:1985

completed original sentence in 2010

AKAITURRI IRAZABAL IÑIGO

jailed in:1991

completed original sentence in 2010

ERRO ZAZU IÑAKI

jailed in:1987

completed original sentence in 2010

ETXEBERRIA PASCUAL JOSE

jailed in:1991

completed original sentence in 2010

BIGURI CAMINO JOSE ANGEL

jailed in:1989

completed original sentence in 2010

AGINAGALDE URRESTARAZU JON

jailed in:1984

completed original sentence in 2010

LOPEZ DE LUZURIAGA FDZ. GOTZONE

jailed in:1989

completed original sentence in 2010

MARTINEZ IZAGIRRE JABIER

jailed in:1992

completed original sentence in 2010

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37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54.

TROITIÑO ARRANZ ANTTON

jailed in:1987

completed original sentence in 2011

MENDINUETA FLORES JESUS MARI

jailed in:1991

completed original sentence in 2011

FERNANDEZ CASTAÑARES ELIAS

jailed in:1986

completed original sentence in 2011

BERGANZA ZENDEGI SANTOS

jailed in:1989

completed original sentence in 2011

GOLDARAZ ALDAIA XABIER

jailed in:1992

completed original sentence in 2011

DELGADO GOÑI JUAN IGNACIO

jailed in:1991

completed original sentence in 2012

ZUBIETA ZUBELDIA JUAN JOSE

jailed in:1991

completed original sentence in 2012

ZUGADI GARCIA IÑAKI

jailed in:1992

completed original sentence in 2012

ONAINDIA SUSAETA JOSUNE

jailed in:1992

completed original sentence in 2012

IBAÑEZ DIEZ RAUL

jailed in:1991

completed original sentence in 2012

URIBE NAVARRO RAMON

jailed in:1994

completed original sentence in 2012

DEL OLMO VEGA FERNANDO

jailed in:1991

completed original sentence in 2012

GONZALEZ RODRIGUEZ MANUEL

jailed in:1989

completed original sentence in 2012

ZABARTE ARREGI JESUS MARI

jailed in:1984

completed original sentence in 2013

GONZALO CASAL IÑAKI

jailed in:1994

completed original sentence in 2013

RODRIGUEZ CORDERO GONZALO

jailed in:1993

completed original sentence in 2013

RUBENACH ROIZ GERMAN

jailed in:1990

completed original sentence in 2013

ZABALA ERASUN GABRIEL

jailed in:1993

completed original sentence in 2013

Thus, not even the judgment of the highest court of human rights has prevented our relatives, with their time already served, from remaining in prison. But the desire for revenge and political interests that dominate the Spanish Government are visible to all, as are the long years of suffering caused by this emergency measure, for the prisoners and for us, their family and friends, also subject to the harsh consequences of prison policy.

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inviolation theofjails rights other incidents Isolation Isolation or the separation of comrades, preventing all contact between them, is part of the specific regime applied to Basque political prisoners. Although in legislation and in penitentiary norms isolation is a measure applied to very concrete situations and for a restricted period, it is applied to our relatives as a way of life, in addition to other sanctions which they may intend to use as punishment. The Basque political prisoners are dispersed in different jails and in addition to different blocks. In other cases, without being in isolation as such, they are kept apart from their comrades, which we must assume creates a difficult lonely situation.

Euskal Herria

(Basque Country) Martutene

Zaballa

Txus Martin Gotzone Lopez de Luzuriaga

Spanish State

Puerto III

Irantzu Gallastegi

French State

Tarascon Bapaume Bourg-en-Bresse

Alex Akarregi Kristina Goirizelaia Ander Mujika

In other State

Monsanto - Portugal

Andoni Zengotitabengoa

Belfast

Fermin Vila

Caracas

Asier Guridi

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Hunger strike Seville: Basque political prisoners in Seville jail began a protest on October 28th to denounce their living conditions in this prison. Of the thirteen political prisoners there, eleven (Iker Agirre, Gurutz Agirresarobe, Koldo Aparicio, Asier Arzalluz, Juan Mari Etxebarri, Garikoitz Etxeberria, Jesus Goikoetxea, Manuel Gonzalez, Juan Lorenzo, Roberto Lebrero and Urtzi Paul) began an indefinite hunger strike, while two (Javi IĂąaki and Agirre Arakama) did not start the hunger strike for several reasons but also joined the protest, carrying out other protest actions. The situation is one of great tension, with harsh living conditions: always kept in the isolation module, not being permitted activities, when they leave their cells for the exercise yard they first pass through a metal detector and then are searched probing throughout the body, sometimes even going so far as to touch the testicles or penis, creating moments of high tension. Basque prisoner Arkaitz Bellon was assaulted; after a face-to-face visit they carry out comprehensive body searches (stripping him naked); relatives also tend to be searched before entering a face-to-face visit or even before entering the booths (divided by glass from the visitor) and, when they have refused, have lost visits, and so on. At the conclusion of this monthly report, the prisoners were continuing their hunger strike. Fleury: Basque political prisoners Javier Arruabarren , Asier Bengoa, Joanes Larretxea, Igor Suberbiola and Gorka Azpitarte, who are in French prison Fleury, Module D1, began a hunger strike on October 1st. Inmates who are in the D1 module are categorised as prisoners requiring "special surveillance" and the living conditions of this module have deteriorated sharply over the summer: frequent and very aggressive cell changes, complete body searches, turning their belongings in their cells upside down, etc. The last time they were again required to change cells, the Basque political prisoners requested to meet the prison administration but were told that there was an order “from above" and that nothing would change. In response to this situation the prisoners carred out several protests. On September 16th they met again with oďŹƒcials but it was reconfirmed to them that the situation would remain the same. Thus, on October 1st the Basque political prisoners who are in that module decided to start a hunger strike. After 10 days on hunger strike, on October 9th they met with the General Director to inform him about their monthly report october 2013

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demands. So, it seems that agreement has been reached to change the frequency of cell changes to once every four months. The prisoners therefore decided to end the hunger strike. Prisoners who are in the D2 module also joined the protest in solidarity and ended it when they learned that the D1's had finished .

Assaults Fleury: October 9th, Gorka Azpitarte was in the waiting room to the nursing station. Then the time for the exercise yard arrived but there were still prisoners waiting to enter the nursing station (himself included). Realising that because of the queue he was unlikely to get seen at the nursing station, but also would have no time for the exercise yard, he called to a prison officer with a shout to let him out to the yard. He tried to talk to this officer by the door, but he refused and closed the door, hitting Gorka in the face. Tension rose and there were shouts. The officer opened the door and hit Gorka on the nose, from which he began to bleed. After all this, Gorka was told he would face a disciplinary charge. Lyon Corbas: Urko Labaka from Donostia and Xabier Aranburu from Ondarru were seriously assaulted by prison officials at Corbas Lyon, France. Although these events occurred on 10th October, Basque political prisoners in this prison have spent several months fighting for their rights. In September, for example, using all kinds of excuses, the prisoners were denied access to activities (soccer and gym). The three political prisoners in Lyon Corbas, male block, decided to hold pickets, as the activities are their only opportunity to get out of the cells, in addition to the two exercise yard periods of an hour and a half. The first picket held caused some concern among officials and at the second, an officer lost his temper and attempted to strike one of the Basque political prisoners -- another officer had to protect the prisoner. On October 9th, they were punished for the actions and sentenced to eight days of solitary confinement. Both before imposing the punishment and after, the three Basque political prisoners booked an appointment with the principal officer but he did not respond. The following day, October 10th, at 10:00 am, officials with officers in riot gear entered the prison cells of Xabier Urko and Labaka Aranburu. They were carried bodily to the punishment cells in the air, then drag-

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ged, kicked, their heads and knees being banged against the stairs, very aggressively. In addition, the distance to the punishment cells is very long and they got there bleeding from the mouth, almost naked and with scraped backs and wrists. Totally destroyed. Which is to say that in addition to receiving the punishment of solitary confinement they received a substantial beating. Saint Martin de Ré: On October 15th in addition to handcuffs, they wanted to blindfold Juan Ramón Karasatorre and to place soundproof headphones on him when he was to be taken for trial. When he resisted, he was bashed against the wall three times.

Worsening general situation in the jails Algeciras: Prisoners have to endure frequent cell changes. Curtis: Both the quantity and quality of the food are much reduced. Prisoners are losing weight. Soto del Real: Garikoitz Aspiazu has had problems during the time he was in Soto del Real: the newspaper did not arrive, he was given problems trying to phone his lawyers ... On 22nd September, for example, he asked to go out on the exercise yard with his comrade, because it was his birthday, but he was refused. Minutes later five or six officers came to search him in his cell, including giving him a full body search. They left everything upside down. Garikoitz sent a letter to the Director of the jail and to the monitoring judge and received a disciplinary charge as a response. Fresnes: Iñigo Vallejo was taken to Fresnes in order to be extradited. Basque political prisoners in this prison are in Block 3 but Inigo was transferred to Block 1. The prisoners in Block 3 protested to have Iñigo in with them, so they were taken to the mitard (French prison solitary confinement cell). The female prisoners also joined the protest, doing sit-ins. On October 17th Iñigo Vallejo was extradited to Spain. On October 13th, Alberto Matxain had been in the mitard (punishment cell). As he was leaving the exercise yard, he was frisked with probing and squeezing. Upon reaching his cell he found another two officers waiting; one told him to open the zipper of the top he was wearing, which Alberto refused because he had been searched a few seconds earlier. The officer replied saying that he

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would conduct a full body search and Alberto refused again. They grabbed him and threw him to the ground, stripped him and searched his clothing. They had him naked on the floor with a foot on his neck and arms tied behind his back. Poitiers Vivonne: Oihana Garmendia has had notes and material of the last five years wiped from her computer, all of which were needed for the course of study she is following. They also wiped her music. Reaú Sud Francilien: In March there was an escape attempt by a social prisoner from this prison, since which prison conditions have tightened significantly, including several measures in the regulations: prisoners have to pass more often through the metal detector, more control is exercised over their movements, they have toughened communication rules, etc. Therefore, Basque political prisoners have been in several protests jointly with social prisoners throughout the summer. During one of the protests an official assaulted a social prisoner and all prisoners have been punished and had to appear before the disciplinary committee. Villepinte: On October 7th, Mikel Karrera was transferred to Reaú Sud Francilien prison. He was in the cell after an officer gave him his trousers and began talking with comrades but was then told he had to go back to Villepinte. When he asked why, he was told that he had a court appearance due on the 23rd. Arriving at Villepinte he was obliged to go through the whole admission procedure again (a new inmate number, etc). In his amazement, he asked an officer why he had been moved twice and the answer he received was that he had no right to ask. Given this response Mikel refused to cooperate further. He was thrown to the floor, handcuffed and taken to the mitard (solitary confinement). Upon returning to his cell later he saw that all his things were in a mess, that he was missing some and that some others had been broken. His comrades told Mikel that they had heard noises in his cell, and asked to witness but they were not permitted to do so.

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Under normal circumstances, prison guards are not supposed to search a prisoner's cell in his absence. As Mikel was in the punishment block, his comrades asked to witness the cell search on his behalf but were refused.

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Right to communication and visits Ávila: Idoia Mendizabal (Ávila) y Jon Gonzalez (Estremera), as they are a couple, have the right to communicate with one another. The Prosecutor appealed this right but during the summer the couple won a decision denying the appeal. Idoia Mendizabal was transferred to Estremera in accordance with the court order but after being in communication with her partner was again returned to Ávila.

Granada: The prisoner's partner is not permitted to go unaccompanied to visit the prisoner on “open visits” (another relative must attend also). And in the “open visits” they are only permitted to bring in water (but, for example, they are not permitted to bring toys even though children attend the visits). With regard to telephone calls, while previously they could make them mornings and afternoons, now they are only permitted to make them in the mornings. Soria: On 26th October, Iñaki Loizaga was scheduled a family “open visit” as well as an intimate relationhip visit. There was no problem with the family visit but when his partner returned for the intimate visit, they told her that she would have to be searched. She refused and lost her visit. In July they lost another one for the same reason. Valdemoro: On 7th October, the 17 month-old nephew of Joseba Lerin was not permitted to be carried through the metal detector by his parents; they forced him to pass through on his own.

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relatives and friends New accident due to the dispersal On their way to the Muret Seysses jail to visit Basque political prisoner Julen Mujika on 25th October, his partner and son were in an accident. On the motorway five minutes away from Seysses, the tyre of a lorry in front burst. A part of that tyre got stuck under their car and they had to pull over to the side and stop. Their own tyre was punctured and the radiator holed. They had to remain there for two hours and go afterwards to the Gendarmerie office, to make a statement, accompanied by the occupants of another vehicle which had also been involved in the accident. They were not injured but were unable to visit the prisoner and had to leave their cars in Toulouse.

Hounding of a relative Nahia Zuriarrain, partner of Asier Arzalluz, imprisoned in Seville II jail, experienced harassment and threats on 29th and 30th September. Nahia was alone in Seville to carry out the visit. There she was approached by three people who used her relationship status to threaten and try to talk to her. Unfortunately the families have to suffer situations of harassment by officials in prisons when we make visits but this is the third attack on a relative by the police in a year. Arkaitz Rodriguez 's sister, Enara, on September 28th 2012 suffered a serious assault and harassment while returning from a visit. And Gari Arruarte's sister and partner of Ugaitz Errazkin, from Izaro, suffered another harassment 15 days later, on October 9th. We still do not know who are those responsible for these attacks and we have received no responses to the complaints filed but in the meantime already there has been yet another attack, at least. What should we do about this situation? This is the testimony of Nahia Zuriarrain and what she experienced during those two days:

2 Because, they say, it then becomes an extra “relationship visit” -- an extremely petty ruling. An “open visit”, i.e. one without any barrier between prisoner and visitor(s), in Ireland or in Britain is called a vis a vis (face to face) in the Spanish state.

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“Sunday, September 29th I had a visit booked in Sevilla II prison at 18:00, through glass. Driving a rented car I went to a hostel in La Puebla de Cazalla, a town near the prison. After dropping my stuff off at the hostel, I went to get some dinner. I parked in a public parking area in the centre of town. I went to dinner and was back about 15 minutes later. When I was in the car and about to start, a woman tapped my window and told me I had puncture in the front wheel of the car. I got out and saw that the front left tire was totally flat. The woman was very "friendly" and offered to help, saying that her brother had also had a puncture two weeks earlier. I felt at a loss. In order not to pay additional insurance, I had not purchased the "Roadside Assistance". And I told this woman that. She said she also was driving a rented car and she noticed mine when she was looking for hers. She suggested that we ask some man for help. I replied that there were several young men nearby and I would ask for help from one of them but she insisted that in these cases it was better to seek help from older people. Meanwhile she introduced herself as María and I told her my name. She was about 35-40 years old and did not have an Andalusian accent. She referred to my belly -- I'm five months' pregnant. She told me that she would help me because I could not lift heavy things. Then, by "by coincidence", two men arrived and María asked them if they could help; they replied that they could. They changed the wheel quickly. I thanked the men for their help and they left. María stayed with me for a while and helped me arrange things in the boot; she told me she had recently had a miscarriage and became pregnant through a course of treatment. I had been through the same situation a few months before, so I encouraged her, saying that I had a hard time but I was able to endure it, that I was pregnant again and this time all went well. At one point I commented on her accent and she said that she wasn't from around there but next day had to work there. In the end I thanked her for her help and we parted. Monday, 30th September I had an “open” visit booked for 11:00am. I left the prison by car around 13:00pm. Since my flight back was not due until that evening, I went to a large shopping centre called Los Alcores which is on my route to the airport, one hour away from the prison, in Alcala de Guadaira. I went into the restaurant to eat. When I had finished the starter, "María" suddenly appeared. At that point I started to worry -- this could hardly be a coincidence. She asked if she

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Most people in the Spanish state are known by two surnames, that of their father first and secondly that of their mother. The Basques follow this example too.

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could join me and I answered yes. She began to tell me she'd had a bad day and I asked her directly what her job was. She said she was a psychotherapist and I told her I already had an idea about where (in the prison), considering where we met the day before, and she confirmed it. She told me that day she had to work with a Colombian but things did not go as she wanted and that she also had ups and downs with hormones, so that she was not well. Soon, a man approached. "María" greeted him, said he was her friend and would sit with us. Before I had time to say anything, he approached the table and sat next to "María". The man was 35-40 years of age and he didn't have an accent either. He said he knew who I was and said my name and both surnames 3. I asked him who he was, if he was police. He said he worked for a commission (I forget the name but I think he used a word like conflict or peace) and for the Ministry of the Interior. He wanted to talk to me and to know my opinion. He told the woman that she could leave now. At that point I told "María" that she should stay, that I was leaving as I did not want to be there. Those were moments of great tension. I did not know what could happen. I was alone in Seville and did not know how to get out of that situation. He threatened me saying that I would not move, I was going to stay there and I was going to listen for 20 minutes. I asked what they were going to do, whether they were going to arrest me. He said no but that if I did not stay there, then Asier (my partner who is in Sevilla II) would be transferred to Ceuta 4, that it was in his power. Immediatly I got up and told him I did not want to talk and was going to call the lawyers right away. I got up, paid for the food and left. They stayed at the table. I called the lawyers, told them everything that had happened and went to the airport.”

Valencia III Four relatives of political prisoners who are in that jail went in a car to their visit booked for the end of October. When they got to the jail they noticed a person photographing them from another car. The person noticed them had seen him, bent down and hid. And when they were they were inside awaiting to be called to the visit, they noticed a man sitting near them was taking notes while he looked at them 5.

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Southernmost tip of the Spanish mainland and a further two-and-a-half hours' travel from the Basque Country. This list of events would be worrying for most people but for a population under plainclothes police surveillance most of the time but would be heightened for those aware of the state-sponsored assassination squads of the 1980s.

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EPPK (Basque Political Prisoners) actions in the jails The Basque political prisoners continue with their campaign “Euskal Presoak Euskal Herrira” 6 and in each prison carry out different means of protest; in the majority they refuse prison food or carry out fasts. On the second-to-last Friday of each month they also demand the abolition of decree 197/2006.

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setting free Itxaso Guemes (Donostia), 10 October. With sentence served. Marilo Gorostiaga (Iruñea), 16 October. He had been on parole and is now free with his sentence completed. Kepa Markez (Basauri), 11 October. With sentence served. Leire Lopez (Beasain), 14 October. Awaiting judgement. Jagoba Terrones (Basauri), 17 October. With sentence served. Xabier Agirre (Gasteiz), 18 October. With sentence served Ines del Rio (Tafalla), 22 October. Juan Manuel Piriz (Portugalete), 25 October. Iker Mendizabal (Bilbo), 26 October. On parole. Mikel Vargas (Donostia), 28 October. With sentence served.

jailings Patxi Segurola (Usurbil), was arrested 26th September in Autun (France), in which area he had been confined by order. They sent him to Spain and he is jailed in Soto del Real. Xabier Sagardoi (Barañain), was arrested in Sorlada on 30th September and is in Iruñea jail. Luis Goñi (Iruñea), was arrested October 14th and is in Iruñea jail.

transferred Changes of address Spanish state: Iñaki Bilbao (Lemoa), from Puerto II to Puerto III. Fermin Sanpedro (Arrasate), from Granada to Jaen. Ruben Gelbentzu (Andoain), from Soto del Real to Estremera. Garikoitz Aspiazu (Bilbo), from Soto del Real to Estremera. monthly report october 2013

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Iñigo Vallejo (Basauri), from Fresnes to Soto del Real (after serving his sentence in the French State he was sent to Spain to serve a sentence awaiting him there).

French state: Luis Ignacio Iruretagoiena (Tolosa), from Soto del Real to Fresnes (after a temporary extradition). Mikel Karrera (Iruñea), from Villepinte to Reaú Sud Francilien (the same day was transferred back again to Villepinte). And in the end they transferred him again back to Reaú Sud Francilien.

Temporary relocations (for court appearances etc.) SPANISH STATE: Idoia Mendizabal (Lazkao), from Ávila to Estremera, and again back to Ávila. Gorka Palacios (Barakaldo), from Ocaña I to Valdemoro. Aitor Fresnedo (Portugalete), from Albocasser to Valdemoro. Mikel Azurmendi (Beasain), from Valencia II to Valdemoro. Daniel Pastor (Bilbo), from Valdemoro to Puerto III. Gotzon Aranburu (Hernani), from Villena to Valdemoro.

FRENCH STATE: Iñigo Vallejo (Basauri), from Moulins to Fresnes. Iker Mendizabal (Bilbo), from Muret CD to Muret Seysses. After serving his sentence in the French State he was sent to Spain, where he remained at liberty.

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Etxerat 2nd October. Various agencies, among them the Etxerat association, held a press conference in Bilbao, in order to denounce the operation against Herrira and to call for participation in the demonstration that was to be carried out in Bilbao. 3rd October. The relatives and friends in Etxerat gathered at the police-sealed Hernani oďŹƒce of Herrira, in order to carry out a massive press conference to denounce the arrests of the 18 Herrira members and the police operation. 25th October. Etxerat held a press conference in IruĂąea, in order to evaluate the judgement of 21st October by the Strasbourg Human Rights Court on doctrine 197/2006 and on the Ines del Rio case.

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ANEXO I

#BTRVFQPMJUJDBMQSJTPOFST: 587 BASQUE COUNTRY: 10 BASAURI 1.Gogorza Otaegi, Aitzol 2.Gomez Lopez, Patxi IRUÑEA 3.Goñi Lara, Luis 4.Sagardoi Lana, Xabier

MARTUTENE 5.Biguri Camino, Jose Angel 6.Codo Callejo, Jagoba 7.De Ibero Arteaga, Ekaitz 8.Vicente Ugalde, Imanol 9.Lopez de Luzuriaga Fdez, Gotzone

ZABALLA 10.Martin Hernando, Txus

SPANISH STATE: 440 A LAMA (Pontevedra) - 730 km

ALMERIA - 1.000 km

BURGOS - 210 km

1.Akaiturri Irazabal, Iñigo 2.Alonso Abad, Fernando 3.Arizkuren Ruiz, Jose 4.Bravo Maestrojuan, Josu 5.Gabirondo Agote, Juan Maria 6.Herrera Vieites, Aitor 7.Ijurko Iroz, Hodei 8.Makazaga Azurmendi, Xabier 9.Marin Mercero, Iñaki 10.Martinez Ahedo, Gorka 11.Nieto Torio, Ruben 12.Olarra Agiriano, Joxe Mari 13.S Sebastian Gaztelumendi, Mikel 14.Zubia Urrutia, Iker 15.Berriozabal Bernas, Inma 16.Martinez Garcia, Idoia

35.Arregi Imaz, Xabier 36.Arronategi Azurmendi, Kepa 37.Arruarte Santacruz, Garikoitz 38.Del Olmo Vega, Fernando 39.Erro Zazu, Iñaki 40.Ginea Sagasti, Josu 41.Krutxaga Elezkano, Iñaki 42.Larrinaga Rodriguez, Asier 43.Olaiz Rodriguez, Jorge 44.Urra Guridi, Kepa 45.Viedma Morillas, Alberto 46.Egiguren Enbeita, Olatz 47.Yañez Ortiz de Barron, Iratxe

71.Arriaga Ibarra, Jesus Felipe 72.Ezkerra Laspeñas, Ekaitz 73.Mendizabal Alberdi, Juan Maria 74.Salutregi Mentxaka, Jabier 75.Urrutia Gonzalez, Oier 76.Zurutuza Sarasola, Jose Antonio

ALCALA MECO - 450 km 17.Bilbao Aresti, Eneko 18.Goieaskoetxea Arronategi, Eneko 19.Zelarain Ortiz, Oskar ALGECIRAS - 1.100 km 20.Aginaga Ginea, Ibai 21.Albisu Hernandez, Iñigo 22.Arrieta Llopis, Mikel 23.Benaito Villagarcia, Mi Angel 24.Beroiz Zubizarreta, Andoni 25.Cristobal Martinez, Carlos 26.Fano Aldasoro, Unai 27.Garcia Sertutxa, Gorka 28.Gaztelu Otxandorena, J. Miguel 29.Loran Lafourcade, Gorka 30.Sola Campillo, Aurken 31.Urizar de Paz, German 32.Egues Gurrutxaga, Ana Belen 33.Etxeberria Simarro, Leire 34.Noble Goikoetxea, Inmaculada

ARANJUEZ (MADRID-VI) - 500 km 48.Aginako Etxenagusia, Asier 49.Gonzalez Sola, Igor 50.Moreno Ramajo, Txabi 51.Salegi Garcia, Oroitz 52.ArmendarizG.Langarika,Lierni + umea 53.Garaizar San Martin, Nerea + umea 54.Prieto Furundarena, Anabel + umea 55.Sanz Martin, Olga + umea

BADAJOZ - 750 km 56.Del Hoyo Hernandez, Kepa 57.Fraile Iturralde, Gorka 58.Gabiola Goiogana, Andoni 59.Garcia Justo, Asier 60.Igerategi Lizarribar, Iñaki 61.Lesende Aldekoa, Txomin 62.Marin Etxebarria, Alberto 63.Orbegozo Etxarri, Mikel 64.Ugalde Zubiri, Andoni BONXE (Lugo) - 610 km 65.Amantes Arnaiz, Josu 66.Solana Arrondo, Kepa Mirena BRIEVA (Avila) - 470 km

CACERES II - 650 km 77.Balanzategi Agirre, Xabier 78.Betolaza Vilagrasa, Gorka 79.Lima Sagarna, Iker 80.Olabarrieta Olabarrieta, J Mª 81.Olaizola Baseta, Aitor 82.Otegi Eraso, Andoni 83.San Argimiro Isasa, Mikel 84.Tobalina Rodriguez, Juan 85.Txokarro Zoko, Jorge CASTELLO I - 590 km 86.Altable Etxarte, Jesus Mª 87.Beristain Urizarbarrena, Iker 88.Cabello Perez, Andoni 89.Cano Hernandez, Pedro Maria 90.Gallastegi Sodupe, Orkatz 91.Gandiaga Ibarzabal, Estebe 92.Larrea Azpiri, Zunbeltz 93.Lezkano Bernal, Sergio 94.Otxoa de Eribe Landa, J. Angel 95.Igarriz Izeta, Marta 96.Zenarrutzabeitia Iruguenpagate, Zaloa CASTELLO II –ALBOCASSER - 590 km 97.Aldasoro Magunazelaia,Ramon 98.Alonso Alvarez, Raul 99.Arri Pascual, Alvaro 100.Etxaniz Garcia, Julen 101.Fresnedo Gerrikabeitia, Aitor (1) 102.Iragi Gurrutxaga, Harriet 103.Legorburu Gerediaga,Juan jose 104.Markes Zelaia, Patxi 105.Perez Zorriketa, Ugaitz

67.Agirre Garcia, Oihana 68.Lasagabaster Anza, Olatz 69.Mendizabal Mujika, Idoia 70.Zuazo Aurrekoetxea, Maialen

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CORDOBA (Alcolea) - 810 km

FONCALENT (Alacant I) - 760 km

106.Alonso Rubio, Iñaki 107.Arruti Azpitarte, Juan Carlos 108.Calabozo Casado, Oskar 109.Cañas Carton, Iñaki 110.Gallaga Ruiz, Javier 111.Perez Aldunate, Xabier 112.Polo Escobes, Sergio (1) 113.Portu Juanena, Igor 114.Solana Matarran, Jon Igor 115.Urretabizkaia Saukillo, Jon 116.Vidal Alvaro, Gorka 117.Virumbrales Amenabar Asier 118.Etxebarria Caballero, Beatriz 119.Perez Aristizabal, Eider 120.Toda Iglesia, Teresa

157.Abad San Pedro, Endika 158.Badillo Borde, Irkus 159.Gonzalez Pavon, Joseba 160.Lujanbio Galparsoro, Xabier 161.Mujika Zubiarrain, Garikoitz 162.Uranga Salbide, Patxi 163.Coello Onaindia, Aitziber 164.Gallastegi Sodupe, Lexuri

CURTIS (A Coruña) - 650 km 121.Blanco Santisteban, Zigor 122.Borde Gaztelumendi, Joseba 123.Eskudero Balerdi, Gregorio 124.Gomez Ezkerro, Jesus Maria 125.Larrinaga Martin, Julen 126.Mariñelarena Garziandia, Luis 127.Murga Zenarruzabeitia, Andoni 128.Plazaola Anduaga, Alberto 129.Prieto Jurado, Sebastian 130.Salaberria Etxebeste, Emilio 131.Troitiño Arranz, Txomin 132.Sagastume Arrieta, Maitane DAROCA - 360 km 133.Artola Ibarretxe, Joseba 134.Etxeberria Pascual, Jose 135.Geresta Azurmendi, Ander 136.Gomez Gonzalez, Alberto 137.Olaizola Urien, Aitor 138.Zulueta Vazquez, Pagoa DUEÑAS (Palencia) - 300 km 139.Bravo Saez de Urabain, Zigor 140.Ibañez Diez, Raul 141.Karrera Arenzana, Asier 142.Lorente Aspiazu, Oier 143.Maruri Basagoitia, Lander 144.Octavio Martikorena, Diego 145.Zalakain Garaikoetxea, Jesus Mari

GRANADA (Albolote) - 870 km 165.Aginagalde Urrestarazu, Jon 166.Agote Cillero, Arkaitz 167.Aizpuru Giraldo, Eneko 168.Apaolaza Sancho, Iban 169.Barrios Martin, Jose Luis (1) 170.Beaumont Etxebarria, Iñaki 171.Bilbao Solaetxe, Unai 172.Coto Etxeandia, Egoitz 173.Legaz Irureta, Armando 174.Lopez de Okariz, Unai 175.Miner Villanueva, Imanol 176.Olarra Guridi, Juan Antonio 177.Ugarte Lpez de Arkaute, Diego 178.Delgado Iriondo, Agurtzane 179.Lizarralde Palacios, Ana 180.Mujika Goñi, Ainhoa 181.Uzkudun Etxenagusia, Maritxu HERRERA DE LA MANCHA - 620 km 182.Aranburu Muguruza, Xabier 183.Armendariz Izagirre, Iñaki 184.Askasibar Garitano, Mikel 185.Balerdi ibarguren, Xabier 186.Erostegi Bidaguren, Joseba 187.Francisco Rodriguez, Niko 188.Gorostiaga Gonzalez, Pablo 189.Hidalgo Lertxundi, Aimar 190.Lopez Gomez, Jon 191.Lujanbio Galdeano, Fco Javier 192.Marcos Alvarez, Faustino 193.Rodriguez Cordero, Gonzalo 194.Ruiz Jaso, Zigor 195.San Epifanio San Pedro, Felipe 196.San Pedro Blanco, Jon Mirena 197.Turrientes Ramirez, Mitxel 198.Urain Larrañaga, Jokin HUELVA II - 1.000 km

EL DUESO - 225 km 146.Arrieta Prz de Mendiola, Ismael 147.Diez Usabiaga, Rafael ESTREMERA (MADRID VII) - 520 km 148.Aspiazu Rubina, Garikoitz 149.Fernandez Arrinda, Lander 150.Gelbentzu Gonzalez, Ruben 151.Gonzalez Gonzalez, Jon 152.Imaz Munduate, Iñaki 153.Otaño Labaka, Juan Ignacio 154.Preciado Izarra, Jon Kepa 155.Alkorta Arrizabalaga, Urtza 156.Jacinto Garcia, Sonia

199.Arginzoniz Zubiaurre, Aritz 200.Balerdi Iturralde, Juan Carlos 201.Besance Zugasti, Juan Carlos 202.Franco Martinez, Bittor 203.Garcia Gaztelu, Xabier 204.Garcia Jodra, Fernando 205.Lasa Mendiaraz, Sebastian 206.Lopez Anta, Angel 207.Maurtua Eguren, Aitzol 208.Olabarrieta Colorado, Iker 209.Ostolaza Ikaran, Eneko 210.Ruiz Romero, Patxi 211.Zelarain Errazti, Julen 212.Bengoa Ziarsolo, Nerea 213.Txurruka Madinabeitia, Lurdes

JAEN II - 780 km 214.Garcia Aliaga, Aitor 215.Goienetxe Alonso, Iñaki 216.Lizarribar Lasarte, Jon 217.Martinez Izagirre, Jabier 218.Sanpedro Larrañaga, Premin 219.SarasolaYarzabal, Mattin 220.Usandizaga Galarraga, Xabin 221.Zabarte Arregi, Jesus Mari 222.Zapirain Romano, Iñigo (9) 223.Bakedano Maidagan, Oihane 224.Ernaga Esnoz, Joxepa LOGROÑO - 190 km 225.Aragon Iroz, Santiago 226.Etxaburu Markuerkiaga, Eneko 227.Mtz de Lafuente Intxaurregi, JR 228.Otegi Mondragon, Arnaldo 229.Rodriguez Torres, Arkaitz 230.Alonso Curieses, Anuntzi 231.Saez de la Cuesta, Alicia MANSILLA (Leon) - 360 km 232.Araguas Jusue, Iker 233.Franco Gonzalez, Aitor 234.Gonzalez Endemaño, Jorge 235.Juaristi Arrieta, Xabin 236.Korta Carrion, Mikel 237.Landaberea Torremotxa, Arkaitz 238.Murga Luzuriaga, Francisco 239.Murga Luzuriaga, Isidro 240.Pascual Muneta, Garikoitz 241.Comes Arranbillet, Olga 242.Majarenas Ibarreta, Sara MONTERROSO (Lugo) - 640 km 243.Aiensa Laborda, Ibai 244.Aiensa Laborda, Mikel 245.Ibarra Izurieta, Bigarren 246.Lejarzegi Olabarrieta,Endika 247.Rezabal Zurutuza, Kepa 248.Zubieta Zubeldia, Juan Jose 249.Zubizarreta Balboa, Kepa MURCIA I - 830 km 250.Martinez Arkarazo, Gorka (1) 251.Martinez del Campo, Oier 252.Novoa Arroniz, Jose Mari 253.Ramada Estevez, Fco Jose 254.Segurola Beobide, Joseba 255.Tome Queiruga, Ventura MURCIA II - 830 km 256.Andueza Antxia, Oier 257.Arkauz Arana, Josu 258.Atristain Gorosabel, Javier 259.Cadenas Lorente, Oskar 260.Izpura Garcia, Mikel 261.Labeaga Garcia, Urko 262.Sagarzazu Gomez, Kandido 263.Troitiño Ciria, Jon 264.Zugadi Garcia, Iñaki 265.Onaindia Susaeta, Josune 266.Pacho Martin, Inmaculada NAVALCARNERO - (MADRID IV) - 480 km 267.Alberdi Casanova, Egoi 268.Rodriguez Lopez, Asier

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OCAÑA I - 520 km

SEVILLA II - 910 km

VALENCIA III (Picassent) - 540 km

269.Cardaño Reoyo, Aingeru (1) 270.Esnaola Dorronsoro, Aitor 271.Garcia Arrieta, Garikoitz 272.Gomez Larrañaga, Aratz 273.Herrador Pouso, Juan Carlos 274.Otegi Unanue, Mikel 275.Palacios Aldai, Gorka

323.Agirre Bernadal, Iker 324.Agirre Odriozola, Jabi 325.Agirresarobe Pagola, Gurutz 326.Aparicio Benito, Koldo 327.Arakama Mendia, Iñaki 328.Arzalluz Goñi, Asier 329.Etxebarri Garro, Juan Mª 330.Etxeberria Goikoetxea, Garikoitz 331.Goikoetxea Garralda, Jesus 332.Gonzalez Rodriguez, Manuel 333.Lasa Mitxelena, Juan Lorenzo 334.Lebrero Panizo, Roberto 335.Paul Larrea, Urtzi

377.Azurmendi Peñagarikano, Mikel 378.Beaumont Barberena, Josu 379.Camacho Elizondo, Jose 380.Galarza Quirce, Luis Angel 381.Mardones Esteban, Asier 382.Subijana Izquierdo, Juan Carlos 383.Urdiain Ziriza, Iñaki 384.Balda Arruti, Josune 385.Barbarin Iurrebaso, Ainhoa 386.Pedrosa Barrenetxea, Maite 387.Jauregi Amundarain,Oskarbi + umea 388.Oña Ispizua, Josune 389.Otaegi Tena, Nahikari + umea

SORIA - 270 km

VALLADOLID (Villanubla) - 340 km

336.Arretxe Salbide, Mikel 337.Etxeberria Arbelaitz, Jose Antonio 338.Loizaga Arnaiz, Iñaki 339.Rodriguez Mallabiarrena, Josu

340.Arietaleaniz Telleria, Iñaki 341.Lerin Sanchez, Iñaki 342.Segurola Maioz, Patxi 343.Vallejo Franco, Iñigo

390.Amaro Lopez, Gotzon 391.Antza Illarreta, Arkaitz 392.Fernandez Arratibel, Adur 393.Fernandez Bernales, Julen 394.Galarraga Arrona, Jose Antonio 395.Gonzalo Casal, Iñaki 396.Sebastian Iriarte, Alfontso 397.Zubiaga Lazkano, Xeber 398.Irastorza Otegi, Ainhoa 399.Zabaleta Telleria, Miren

TERUEL - 450 km

VILLABONA (Asturias) - 440 km

344.Beaskoa Rodriguez, Jon 345.Gundin Maguregi, Patxi 346.Ormazabal Lizeaga, Asier 347.Peña Balantzategi, Ibai 348.Urkizu Ormazabal, Jon Ander 349.Zarrabe Elkoroiribe, Mikel

400.Bustindui Urresola, Alexander 401.Etxaniz Alkorta, Sebas 402.Fernandez Castañares, Elias 403.Gañan Ramiro, Gaizka 404.Intxauspe Bergara, Manuel 405.Lopez de Abetxuko Liki., Jose R. 406.Oiartzabal Ubierna, Anartz 407.Sadaba Merino, Javier 408.Zabala Erasun, Gabriel

OCAÑA II - 520 km 276.Estonba Iturriza, Aratz 277.Galarraga Godoi, Eneko 278.Garcia Mijangos, Jose 279.Gisasola Olaeta, Arnaltz 280.Lopez Gonzalez, Jesus Maria 281.Santesteban Goikoetxea, Iñaki 282.Trenor Dicenta, Karlos PUERTO I - 1.050 km 283.Arriaga Arruabarrena, Rufino 284.Bellon Blanco, Arkaitz 285.Castro Sarriegi, Alfonso 286.Elejalde Tapia, Fernando 287.Fz de Larrinoa Pz de Luko,Iñaki 288.Garalde Bedialauneta, Isidro 289.Gurtubai Sanchez, Sebastian 290.Gutierrez Carrillo, Iñigo 291.Lauzirika Oribe, Karmelo 292.Lerin Sanchez, Jose Angel 293.Lopez Ruiz, Antxon 294.Muñoa Arizmendiarrieta, Ibon 295.Orbe Sevillano, Zigor 296.Ordoñez Fernandez, Josu 297.Saez Arrieta, Arkaitz 298.Zabalo Beitia, Xabier 299.Zerain Alvarado, Jokin 300.Zubiaurre Agirre, Jon PUERTO II - 1.050 km 301.Almaraz Larrañaga, Agustin 302.Guridi Lasa, Iñigo 303.Urizar Murgoitio, Jose Gabriel PUERTO III - 1.050 km 304.Agirrebarrena Beldarrain, Aitor 305.Alegria Loinaz, Xabier 306.Barreras Diaz, Oskar 307.Beobide Arza, Ibai 308.Beristain Urbieta, Joxe Maria 309.Bilbao Goikoetxea, Iñaki 310.Castro Zabaleta, Manex 311.Cotano Sinde, Aitor 312.Dorronsoro Malaxetxebarria, J.M 313.Enbeita Ortuondo, Joseba 314.Etxeberrria Garaikoetxea, J Mari 315.Gramont, David 316.Matanzas Gorostizaga, Jose Mª 317.Parot Navarro, Unai 318.Pastor Alonso, Daniel 319.Rey Urmeneta, Xabier 320.Rubenach Roiz, German 321.Zabarte Jainaga, Felix 322.Gallastegi Sodupe,Irantzu

SOTO DEL REAL (MADRID V) - 410 km

TOPAS (Salamanca) - 440 km 350.Aristi Etxaide, Patxi 351.Askasibar Barrutia, Vicente 352.Astorkizaga Arriaga, Gaizka 353.Crespo Ortega, Jon 354.Delgado Goñi, Juan Ignacio 355.Dz de Heredia Rz de Arbulu.,Josu 356.Etxeandia Meabe, Jose Miguel 357.Etxeberria Martin, Iñaki 358.Hernandez Sistiaga, Unai 359.Inziarte Gallardo, Juan Manuel 360.Lupiañez Mintegi, Gorka 361.Otazua Urresti, Iñigo 362.Samaniego Curiel, Ekaitz 363.Ugarte Billar, Xabier 364.Uribe Navarro, Ramon 365.Arriaga Martinez, Josune 366.Eskisabel Barandiaran, Anitz 367.Linazasoro Lopez, Maitane VALENCIA II (Picassent) - 540 km 368.Agirre Garcia, Harriet 369.Azkona Dominguez, Ibai 370.Badiola Lasarte, Asier 371.Esnal, Juan 372.Merino Bilbao, Guillermo 373.Mujika Dorronsoro, Juan Mari 374.Saenz Olarra, Balbino 375.Velasco Armendariz, Alex 376.Zubiaga Bravo, Manex

VILLENA (Alacant II) - 720 km 409.Aranburu Sudupe, Gotzon (1) 410.Arregi Erostarbe, Joseba 411.Berganza Zendegi, Santos 412.Estevez Paz, Juan Carlos 413.Goikoetxea Basabe, Arkaitz 414.Goitia Abadia, Oier 415.Iglesias Chouza, Juan Carlos 416.Olano Olano, Juan Maria 417.Tximeno Inza, Xabier 418.Beloki Resa, Elena 419.Lizarraga Merino, Maria ZUERA (Zaragoza) - 300 km 420.Agirre Lete,Juan Luis 421.Arrozpide Sarasola, Santiago 422.Azkargorta Belategi, Luis Maria 423.Bilbao Beaskoetxea, Iñaki 424.Bilbao Gaubeka, Iñaki 425.Egibar Mitxelena, Mikel 426.Etxeberria Sagarzazu, Kepa 427.Garces Beitia, Iñaki 428.Garcia Razkin, Sergio 429.Goldaraz Aldaia, Xabier 430.Iparragirre Arretxea, Imanol 431.Legina Aurre, Kepa 432.Martinez de Osaba Arregi, Igor 433.Mendinueta Flores, Jesus Mª 434.Mujika Garmendia, Francisco 435.Odriozola Agirre, Peio 436.Orotegi Otxandorena, Ignacio 437.Sancho Biurrun, Jokin 438.Uribarri Benito, Asier 439.Zabaleta Elosegi, Jose Jabier 440.Zulaika Amutxategi, Gorka

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FRENCH STATE: 122 ARLES - 750 km

LA SANTE - 930 km

POISSY - 950 km

1.Elorrieta Sanz, Ibon (100) 2.Lopez de Bergara Astola, Iñaki (238)

94.Garate Galarza, Enrique (11 807) 95.Otxoantesana Badiola, Jon Aingeru (11 765) 96.Vicario Setien, Gregorio (11 498)

3.Goirizelaia Gonzalez, Cristina (5 610)

47.Aduna Vallinas, Raul (297 399) 48.Sarasola Yarzabal, Andoni (291 268 D2) 49.Sirvent Auzmendi, Ekaitz (290 744) 50.Urbieta Alkorta, Josu (293 719) 51.Varea Etxebarria, Montxo Arkaitz (297 037)

BOIS D’ARCY - 930 km

LANNEMEZAN - 330 km

4.Esparza Ortega, Iker (75 515) 5.Garitagoitia Salegi, Iurgi (77 213) 6.Iriondo Yarza, Aitzol (82 595) 7.Lariz Bustindui, Andoni (82 226) 8.Oa Pujol, Oier (80 599)

52.Agerre, Didier (1 993) 53.Aranburu, Frederic (1 594) 54.Esparza Luri, Iñaki (2 199) 55.Fernandez Iradi, Ibon (2 226) 56.Lete Alberdi, Jose Ramon (2 196) 57.Segurola Kerejeta, Joseba (2 387)

BAPAUME - 1.080 km

BORDEAUX-GRADIGNAN - 330 km 9.Agirregabiria del Barrio, Arkaitz (71 587) 10.Errasti Goiti, Zuhaitz (71 286)

LIANCOURT - 1.000

BOURG EN BRESSE- 970 km

58.Etxeberria Oiarbide, Jon (8 739) 59.Oroz Torrea, Mikel (9 102) 60.Saez de Jauregi Ortigosa, Iban (7 188)

11.Mujika Andonegi, Ander (3 383)

LYON CORBAS -900 km

CLAIRVAUX - 1.050 km

61.Aranburu Sagarminaga, Xabier (10 954) 62.Labaka Larrea, Urko (5 213) 63.Zobaran Arriola, Alejandro (5 216) 64.Lozano Miranda, Jone (5 331) 65.Uruburu Zabaleta, Eider (11 157)

12.Eskisabel Urtuzaga, Peio (10 530) 13.Oiarzabal Txapartegi, Asier (10 420) FLEURY MEROGIS - 930 km 14.Arruabarrena Carlos, Jabi (374 360 D1) 15.Azpitarte Rejado, Gorka (401 308 E) 16.Bengoa Lpz de Armentia, Asier (366 959 U D1) 17.Elizaran Aguilar, Aitor (376 473K D3) 18.Etxaburu Artetxe, Aitzol (399 918-U D2) 19.Goieaskoetxea Arronategi, ibon (401 847 D2) 20.Goikoetxea Gabirondo, Andoni (403 192 C D3) 21.Iribarren Galbete, Iñaki (377 897 D3) 22.Iturbide Otxoteko, Joseba (398 855 D3) 23.Larretxea Mendiola, Joanes (376 298 V D1 ) 24.Mendinueta Mintegi, Iurgi (382 026 W D2) 25.Oses Carrasco, Jose Javier (396 380 Y D3) 26.Salaberria Sansinea, Jon (366 076 J D2) 27.Suberbiola Zumalde, Igor (366 075 H D1) 28.Bernadó Bonada, Marina (405 569 M) 29.Cornago Arnaez, Galder (359 557 Y 6E) 30.Eizagirre Zubiaurre, Ekhiñe (404 834 N) 31.Mardaras Orueta, Oihana (403 599 V) 32.Ozaeta Mendikute, Ainhoa (366 074 G 6E) 33.Plaza Fernandez, Itziar (374 574 W) 34.San Vicente Saez de Zerain, Oihana (376 472) 35.Sanchez Iturregi, Saioa (406 201 YY) FRESNES - 930 km 36.Curto Lopez, Saul (965 476) 37.Errazkin Telleria, Ugaitz (963 651) 38.Ezeiza Aierra, Asier (938 938) 39.Ibarguren Sarasola, Oier (967 500) 40.Iruretagoiena Lanz, Luis (933 266) 41.Matxain Beraza, Alberto (945 144 D1) 42.Areitio Azpiri, Alaitz (970 439) 43.Beyrie, Lorentxa (954 917) 44.Moreno Martinez, Itziar (969 134)

MEAUX-CHAUCONIN-NEUFMONTIERS - 970 km 66.Aginagalde Ugartemendia, Beñat (7 311) 67.Gomez Mielgo, Oier (12 189) 68.Gurrutxaga Gogorza, Oroitz (10 984) 69.Uriarte Lopez de Vicuña, Igor (12 084) MOULINS-YZEURE - 800 km 70.Abaunza Martinez, Javier (13 007) 71.Aranibar Almandoz, Joseba (14 098) 72.Berasategi Eskudero, Ismael (13 333) 73.Lizundia Alvarez, Iñaki (12 769)

REAU SUD FRANCILIEN - 930 km 97.Albisu Iriarte, Mikel ( 3 002) 98.Karrera Sarobe, Mikel (3 358) 99.Lopez de Lacalle Gauna, Alberto (2 090) 100.Chivite Berango, Mercedes (1 947 S) 101.Garcia Montero, Ainoa (1 948) 102.Iparragirre Genetxea, Marixol (3 001) RENNES - 800 km 103.Alberdi Zubierrementeria,Ane Miren (6 994) 104.Gimon, Lorentxa (7 228) 105.Lopez Resina, Maria Dolores (7 075) ROANNE - 850 km 106.Juarros Ruiz de Gordejuela, Maite (832) 107.Zaldua Iriberri, Miren Itxaso (930) SAINT MARTIN DE RE - 550 km 1108.Esnal, Jakes (14 207) 109.Karasatorre Aldaz, Juan Ramon (14 337) 110.Martinez Bergara, Fermin (14 461) 111.Merodio Larraona, Zigor (14 716) 112.Rubenach Roiz, Jon (14 494) 113.Saez de Egilaz Murgiondo,Carlos (14 231) SAINT MAUR - 680 km 114.Atxurra Egurrola, Julen (4 116) 115.Bienzobas Arretxe, Jon (4 637) 116.Elizegi Erbiti, Iñigo ( 4 403) 117.Garro Perez, Zigor (4 676) 118.Ilundain Iriarte, Alberto (4 262) 119.Maiza Artola, Juan Cruz (4 635) TARASCON - 750 km

MURET CD - 430 km

120.Akarregi Casas, Alexander (11 016 Z)

74.Parot Navarro, Ion (9 680) 75.Zeberio Aierbe, Jose (9 860)

VILLEPINTE - 950 km

MURET SEYSSES - 430 km

121.Arkauz Zubillaga, Kepa (30 814) 122.Dominguez Atxalandabaso, Iñaki (28 783)&

76.Mujika Andonegi, Julen (22 163) 77.Rivero Campo, Ruben (22 981) NANTERRE - 930 78.Ayestaran Legorburu, Jose Lorenzo (33 306) 79.Barandalla Goñi, Oihan (38 872) 80.Borrero Toribio, Asier (33 719) 81.Martitegi Lizaso, Jurdan (38 873) OSNY - 970 km 82.Etxeberria Aierdi, Urtzi (53 117) 83.Fernandez Aspurz, Joseba (52 295) 84.Gutierrez Elordui, Borja (52 293) 85.Mendizabal Elezkano, Julen (53 662) 86.Sancho Marco, Iñigo (52 294)

JOUX LA VILLE - 1.000 km

POITIERS VIVONNE - 550 km

45.Eizagirre Uranga, Julen (10 477) 46.Aramendi Landa, Marian

87.Ardanaz Armendariz, Oier (3 045) 88.Mateo Esparza, Ibai (2 816) 89.Zarrabeitia Salterain, Eneko (1 964) 90. Aramendi Jaunarena, Alaitz (3 432) 91.Aranalde Ijurko, Maite (851) 92.Garmendia Marin, Oihana (3 441) 93.Lesaka Arguelles, Izaskun (2 817)

ENGLAND: HMP LONG LARTIN Fuentes Villota, Raul Troitiño Arranz, Antton Uranga Artola, Kemen

PORTUGAL: MONSANTO - LISBOA Zengotitabengoa Fernandez, Andoni

6 COUNTIES: BELFAST Vila Mitxelena, Fermin

VENEZUELA: CARACAS Guridi Zaloña, Asier

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seriously-ill prisoners Jesus Mª MARTIN HERNANDO (Basauri) : Zaballa. Born 1962. Jailed 2002. Schizoaffective Disorder with delusional component. Iñaki ERRO ZAZU (Iruñea) : Born 1960. Jailed 1987. Severe Ischaemic Heart Disease , non-ST segment elevation acute coronary syndrome, may require stents. Doctrine 197/2006 of the Supreme Court has been applied to him. Josetxo ARIZKUREN RUIZ (Iruñea) : A Lama (A Coruña). Born 1958. Jailed 1999. Severe Ischaemic Heart Disease. Catheterization: stent implantation. Isidro GARALDE BEDIALAUNETA (Ondarroa): Puerto I (Cádiz). Born 1951. Jailed 1985. Schaemic Heart Disease, Myocardial Infarction, non-ST segment elevation acute coronary syndrome, Prostatitis, Cataracts. Doctrine 197/2006 of the Supreme Court has been applied to him. Jose Ramon LOPEZ DE ABETXUKO LIKINIANO (Gasteiz): Villabona (Asturias). Born 1949. Jailed 1989. Symptomatic bradycardia, Atrial fibrillation, Prostate adenoma. | Gotzone LOPEZ DE LUZURIAGA FERNANDEZ (Agurain): Martutene. Born 1959. Jailed 1989. Breast cancer, Polyarthralgia, chronic Sinusitis. Bilateral lens dislocation. Doctrine 197/2006 of the Supreme Court has been applied to her. Jose Angel BIGURI CAMINO (Menagarai) : Born 1955. Jailed 1989. Prostate cancer. Doctrine 197/2006 of the Supreme Court has been applied to her. Inmaculada BERRIOZABAL BERNAS (Zegama/Elorrio): A Lama (Pontevedra). Born 1951. Jailed 2009. Diabetes Mellitus type II, Hepatitis B post-transfusion, Bronchial asthma, Psoriatic arthropathy, Prosthesis. Gari ARRUARTE SANTA CRUZ (Hernani): Almeria. Born 1980. Jailed 2003. Ankylosing spondylitis, acute uveitis in both eyes. Iñaki ETXEBERRIA MARTIN (Iruñea). Topas (Salamanca). Born 1964. Arrested 1996. Degenerative Myopia,Retinal Hemorrhage in the Right Eye, Left aphakia (absence of lens), Glaucoma both eyes. Obvious risk of blindness. Jesus Mª MENDINUETA FLORES (Arbizu): Zuera (Zaragoza). Born 1968. Jailed 1991. Discopathies in spine, Herniated Disc, Rheumatic disease with sacroiliac involvement and systemic symptoms, Ankylosing Spondylitis. Doctrine 197/2006 of the Supreme Court has been applied to him.

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Aitzol GOGORZA OTAEGI (Orereta) - Basauri. Born 1975. Jailed 1999. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Jose Miguel ETXEANDIA MEABE (Larrabetzu) - Topas (Salamanca). Born 1960. Jailed 2003. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with acute anxiety, Hepatitis C. Ibon FERNANDEZ IRADI (Hernani) – Lannemezan (French state) . Born 1971. Jailed 2003. Multiple Sclerosis.

Ventura TOMÉ QUEIRUGA (Tafalla) – Murcia I. Born 1953. Jailed 2011. Prostate cancer.

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