The Alicante Provincial Courthouse is judging two women and a man on Monday (September 19th) who are accused of possession of explosive substances. The events happened in March 2009 when officers of the National Police found 700 grams of Goma-2 in a house in Torrevieja.
Afterwards, in another house in which two of the accused lived, more than nine kilos of the same substance was found. Furthermore, having been told by one of the accused, the officers found a stash with another seven and a half kilos of explosive. The material they seized had been stolen from the quarry in San Isidro.
The prosecutor is calling for sentences that range between two and six years in prison for an offence of possession or storing of explosive substances.