Estanislao López and Andrés Aguiriano ErrandoneaArruti, two historical ETA prisoners, will leave prisontoday after serving the statutory maximum for his troubles. You're the last two of the five veterans of the band were to be released between April and May. Thefirst to leave the prison, was the oldest ETA prisonerJosé María Sagarduy (30 years and nine months in prison.) On May 1 he did Jose Maria Mugica Pikabea,after 18 years behind bars. Day 3 did Agiriano JonAguirre, one of the most unrepentant, after 30 years. Both were students who were part of the command of ETA military Irrintzi when they were arrested by the Guardia Civil on 17 May 1986, along with Joaquin Azpiroz Lecuona, 23, and Vincent Balda Arruti, 21, gunned down hours after a truck French motorway Bilbao-Behobia, eight kilometers from the border of Irun, which suffered 13 bullet wounds and whose driver was unhurt.Estanislao López Aguiriano leaves jail Castellón after spending nearly 25 years behind bars. Natural Oyartzun (Guipúzcoa), entered the Irrintzi command early. When the command was broken only 19 years old. In the 25-year sentence in prison has been Carabanchel, Alcalá Meco, Herrera de la Mancha and Valdemoro, who left prison in 1994, when he was transferred to Castellón, from which comes out today.
Arruti Errandonea Oyartzun also born in the May 18, 1986 and was captured a day before age 23. Today comes with 47, after a journey of 25 years by various prisons. The last Herrera de la Mancha which initially was to end the age of 30 years who was convicted of collaborating with armed and possession of weapons and explosives. The terrorist called for review of sentence by appealing to the new Penal Code in 10 years to reduce the penalty. Finally the court decided to apply 25 years without redemption. ETA is the first leaving the prison of Herrera in 18 years.As members of the command Irrintzi also participated in four other shootings of other trucks in France, carried on the same motorway Bilbao-Behobia, all without casualties, and an attempted bombing of Civil Guard officers who were guarding a polling station in the referendum NATO, of March 12, 1986. The group also planned to assassinate a national police assigned to the DNI's office in San Sebastian and violating the Civil Guard during the elections of June 22 of that year. The group was seized various weapons, three rifles and Matt Stein marks, five marks Star pistols, Firebird and Browning, five grenades type ETA, 25 kilos of Goma 2, primers and detonators.