The investigations into what happened on the Leioa campus this past Wednesday continues its course. As explained by the Security Advisor, Josu Erkoreka, everything indicates that the young man acted with premeditation when it was found that the arrested man regularized the weapon with which he fired at least 25 shots in the Faculty of Sciences and Technology on the same day of the event, and he even did target practice in Artxanda. The weapon was obtained online, through the portal milanuncios.com
The head of Security explained that the young man obtained a shotgun license, used for skeet shooting, at the La Salve barracks of the Civil Guard in Bilbao. Later he went to an area of Mount Artxanda to practice shooting with the weapon. According to the investigations carried out by the Ertzaintza, he fired at least 25 shots. At the time of his arrest, he offered no resistance
The detainee will go to court in the next few hours.
Back to class normally
Classes are going normally after the great scare yesterday afternoon when a young man, a 21-year-old student, according to the first investigations, shot himself close to 40 at the facilities of the Faculty of Science and Technology on the campus of Read without causing personal injury.
This morning, first thing in the morning, the usual routine was resumed, with the students entering class, yes, shocked by what happened and some thinking that some classes could be suspended.
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“We received a statement from the University so that we could be calm and I think we all are, it has been an isolated case and has not come to shoot anyone,” says one of the students on campus, “I hope you see what happened and why what, it’s something strong. “
“If you have a license it will be to use it well but, but buying both drugs and weapons is easy, perhaps there should be more security on the pages and not at the university,” explains another UPV / EHU student whose concern about the acquisition The weapon over the Internet is shared with the rest of the students who, insist, believe that it is an isolated case.