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4 More Suspects Are Charged in Train Bombings

March 23, 2004|From Associated Press

MADRID — A Spanish judge charged four more suspects with terrorism Monday in connection with railway bombings that killed 202 people. Two were also charged with multiple murders.

The charges against the three Moroccans and one Spaniard followed hours of interrogation and brought to nine the number of people charged in the March 11 terror attack.

Judge Juan del Olmo charged Spaniard Jose Emilio Suarez, accused of providing explosives for the attacks, with 190 counts of murder, 1,430 counts of attempted murder, robbery and collaborating with or belonging to a terrorist organization.

Moroccan Abderrahim Zbakh was charged with all those offenses except robbery. Mohammed Chedadi and Abdelouahid Berrak, also Moroccans, were charged with collaborating with or belonging to a terrorist organization.

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