Basque news is rarely picked up by US news outlets unless it is something major, so I doubt the death of a 22 year old at the hands of Basque police would raise an eyebrow. In anycase, there is a great deal of information on the Dirty War and Spain's frequent use of torture in their prisons. Look it up. I can also provide some names, if you'd like. Utter nonsense. "Kale borroka" simply means "street struggle" in Euskara and is in no way linked to ETA. The Spanish government claims it is linked to ETA, but there is nothing to back this up and it serves only to delegitimize genuine youth struggles for freedom. This same government has also claimed a number of language assoications, youth houses and other non-political or similar spaces and groups as being ETA. It's all nonsense to further the Spanish government's desire to suppress Basque nationalism. Furthermore, Etarras don't mark anyone for death since ETA hasn't used political killings in two years. Though I've never been shy about my politics, I am an ezker abertzale. I have my sympathies for ETA, though I disagree on some ideological and tactical points. This is one example, but certainly not the only one. The state itself has had no problem torturing them and killing them when it feels the need and nobody is ever brought to justice for those acts. Now I must be getting to class though. Gora Euskal Herria!