Testimonies, the voice of the victims

EPAVT wants to collect the testimonies of the victims of terrorism in Europe, in order to show the courage and the permanent struggle of the victims.

Testimony José Luis López Montenegro

On 8 May 1989, terrorist group ETA assassinated police officers José Montes Gila and Juan Antonio García Andrés in Alcalá de Henares (Madrid) and wounded two others in a two-phase attack. Previously, they had a submachine gun officer, José Luis López Montenegro.

Testimony Cristina González

Cristina González is the sister of Juan Alberto, the only Spaniard killed by the Islamic State in Sala Bataclan on November 13, 2015. On that day, several jihadists perpetrated several simultaneous attacks in Paris in which 137 people died and more than 400 were injured.

Testimony Maite Araluce

On October 4, 1976, the terrorist group ETA assassinated in San Sebastian the president of the Diputación de Guipúzcoa, Juan María Araluce Villar, the driver of the official car, José María Elícegui Díaz and the three police members of his escort, Alfredo García González , Antonio Palomo Pérez and Luis Francisco Sanz Flores. This is the testimony of Maite Araluce, Juan María's daughter.

Testimony Isidro Artigas

On December 22, 1992 in San Sebastián, ETA severely injured the 27-year-old Isidro Artigas Agesta Police Officer. A terrorist shot the agent in the back when he was watching inside an ID office in the Amara neighborhood.

Testimony Cristina Rubio

On March 18, 2015, Cristina Rubio was locked up in a tiny cleaning room with his husband in the Bardo Museum in Tunisia while the attack by the Islamic State took place. She was pregnant.

Testimony Pedro Jiménez

Pedro Jiménez was one of the members of the Guardia CIvil that circulated on the bus against which ETA attempted on September 9, 1985 at Plaza República Argentina in Madrid. All the Guardia Civil members were injured, and a US citizen who was doing sports in the place, died days later in the hospital.

Testimony Juan Carlos Sánchez

On March 18, 2015, Juan Carlos Sánchez was locked up in a tiny cleaning room with his wife in the Bardo Museum in Tunisia while the attack by the Islamic State took place.

Testimony Ángeles Pedraza

On March 11, 2004 Madrid was the scene of the worst terrorist attack in the history of Spain: 191 people lost their lives after the explosions that a jihadist group perpetrated in the stations of Atocha, El Pozo del Tio Raimundo, Santa Eugenia and the street Tellez Miryam, 25, was going to work in one of the wagons that became death and horror that March 11. Her brother, who accompanied her every morning, did not get to the train that fateful day because he fell asleep.