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MADRID, Oct. 31 — Spain’s National Court handed down sentences today stretching to tens of thousands of years to three men for murdering 191 people and wounding more than 1,800 in the March 11, 2004, bombing of Madrid commuter trains. The court found 18 others guilty of lesser charges related to the attacks, such as belonging to a terrorist organization.
However, the court acquitted seven of the 28 defendants on trial for their role in the worst Islamist terror attack on European soil....
Seven of the 28 defendants in the 2004 attacks were acquitted after a byzantine trial. Above, suspects behind glass awaited the verdicts in Spain’s National Court.