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This book that the reader has in his hands presents surprising conclusions, the result of the rigorous research of the chemist Antonio Iglesias, one of the independent experts appointed by the Association of Aid for the Victims of March 11th to analyze the remnants of the explosives used in the attacks that have changed Spain's political course. Knowing the type of explosive is one of the fundamental elements in the investigation of any attack, as it is a valuable source of information.
As Casimiro García-Abadillo points out in his foreword, there is no one more stubborn than a man of science. A man of science whose final report raises many questions:
Five years after the March 11th horrific attacks, what are the unanswered questions yet? Why does the official version maintain that for the most part the remains found were Goma 2 ECO? Why was it hidden that Titadyn could explode at El Pozo station? Maybe because of saying Titadyn is to say ETA?
Titadyn is an important, essential and enlightening study; a new way to know the truth.