Perpetrator in Vidal-Quadras attack arrested in Colombia

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The Colombian Police have arrested a suspect in the attack against Alejo Vidal-Quadras, the Vice President of the European Parliament. The suspect, GO Higuera, had a warrant for a terrorism crime in Spain. The National Court sent Higuera to prison for attempted terrorist murder and released his partner, of British origin, and a third detainee in Fuengirola (Málaga) with precautionary measures.

The investigations then focused on finding the whereabouts of Mehrez Ayari, a Frenchman of Tunisian origin with multiple records in France. The investigation indirectly indicated the involvement of at least two other people, including the Venezuelan detained when he tried to enter Colombia.

The Venezuelan citizen, who was detected when he was trying to enter the country with a red alert from Interpol for terrorism and is requested by the Spanish authorities, has been placed at the disposal of the Colombian Police.

According to ‘El Confidencial’ and police sources confirm to Europa Press, the detainee is GO Higuera, who had a search warrant for a terrorism crime in Spain. The National Court sent a detainee in Lanjarón (Granada) to prison for attempted terrorist murder and released his partner, of British origin, and a third detainee in Fuengirola (Málaga) with precautionary measures.

The investigations then focused on finding the whereabouts of the perpetrator of the shooting on a street in Madrid on November 9, Mehrez Ayari, 37 years old, a Frenchman of Tunisian origin with multiple records in France, his country of residence. The investigation indirectly indicated the involvement of at least two other people, including the Venezuelan detained when he tried to enter Colombia.

From Migrations of Colombia it was reported on social networks that a Venezuelan “detected when he was trying to enter the country with a red alert from Interpol for terrorism and is requested by the Spanish authorities” had been placed at the disposal of the Police of this country. The Colombian Police have arrested a suspect in the attack against Alejo Vidal-Quadras, the Vice President of the European Parliament. The suspect, GO Higuera, had a warrant for a terrorism crime in Spain. The National Court sent Higuera to prison for attempted terrorist murder and released his partner, of British origin, and a third detainee in Fuengirola (Málaga) with precautionary measures.

The investigations then focused on finding the whereabouts of Mehrez Ayari, a Frenchman of Tunisian origin with multiple records in France. The investigation indirectly indicated the involvement of at least two other people, including the Venezuelan detained when he tried to enter Colombia.

According to ‘El Confidencial’ and police sources confirm to Europa Press, the detainee is GO Higuera, who had a search warrant for a terrorism crime in Spain. The National Court sent a detainee in Lanjarón (Granada) to prison for attempted terrorist murder and released his partner, of British origin, and a third detainee in Fuengirola (Málaga) with precautionary measures.

The investigations then focused on finding the whereabouts of the perpetrator of the shooting on a street in Madrid on November 9, Mehrez Ayari, 37 years old, a Frenchman of Tunisian origin with multiple records in France, his country of residence. The investigation indirectly indicated the involvement of at least two other people, including the Venezuelan detained when he tried to enter Colombia.

From Migrations of Colombia it was reported on social networks that a Venezuelan “detected when he was trying to enter the country with a red alert from Interpol for terrorism and is requested by the Spanish authorities” had been placed at the disposal of the Police of this country.

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