Interpol continues to investigate a Bulgarian link in Madrid terror attacks after the release of the Bulgarian suspect due to lack of evidence.
According to Spanish online edition El Semanal Digital Interpol is investigating at least four suspects in connection to Madrid terror acts. Their nationality was not immediately disclosed but they are supposed to come from Eastern European countries.
The article claims that the name of Bulgarian national Toni Radev features in documents, found in the home search of March 11 suspects.
Sofia's announcement of the 25-day detention was long overdue, El Semanal Digital writes.
It points out Bulgarian nationals were first mentioned in connection with March 11 attacks at the very beginning of the investigation.
Indian trader Rakesh Kumar, one of the first detained on suspicions of March 11 involvement, testified that the cellular telephone to detonate the bombs with have been purchased by Bulgarians.
Earlier in the month Spanish media reported that a Bulgarian arms trafficker has sold submachine guns to the Islamic terrorist that executed the March 11 terror acts in Madrid. It was also announced that Spain is investigating the deadly blast in cooperation with Bulgaria, UK, Belgium, Germany, France, Tunisia and Morocco.
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