Author: Luis del Pino
Availability: Online and Physical
When the March 11th attack took place, the explanation given to all Spaniards was that it was a retaliation from Islamist groups for Spain's involvement in the Iraq war. However, over the past three years, the independent media has been demolishing one by one the alleged evidence on which that official version was based. As of today, when the first of the trials of March 11th begins its journey, we can safely state that from police and political authorities a false official version was manufactured in order to get an election rollover. "that someone builds false evidence to try to prove the Islamist authorship of the terrible attack can only mean one thing: that someone needs false culprits with which to cover up the real perpetrators."
These words from Luis del Pino introduce us to March 11th. Regime coup, a book that starts from the data of the official summary itself, from the news disseminated through the media and the works already published by him to delve into the question of how the false thesis of Islamic authorship was fabricated - according to the author- it also discusses who was able to participate in the creation of the necessary evidence to support that version.
On those four days of a heart attack in 2004, between the attacks of March 11th and the elections of March 14th, a new and disturbing light is thrown in these pages. It explains the political context in which the attacks took place and provides the main hypotheses that are currently being discussed on the possible intellectual and material responsibility of them