The Voices of the Victims

Like most of the other Madrid bombing victims, Angel Zuranaga stayed clear of last Friday's public ceremonies. Zuranaga, 63, had boarded a train that morning a year ago in Guadalajara, bound for the magazine subscription service he owned in the capital. At El Pozo station the bombs went off, tearing off part of his left ear and burning his chest, head and back. He feels guilty he's still alive. "When I'm nervous, I'm haunted by the sight of a disembodied hand, still twitching on the ground," he says. Such grim visions hardly require remembrance ceremonies, he thinks, because "there's no possibility...

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