The young people broke a door and there was an avalanche with deaths, according to UP and Bildu deputies, in the Spanish operational zone Interior maintains that there were no deaths in Spanish territory In the images, they are seen breaking the fence that gives access to the Spanish zone , but the aerial cameras did not have visibility of the interiorMediaset has accessed four videos recorded by drones and by Spanish helicopters on June 24 in the Chinese neighborhood of Melilla, the place where at least 23 young migrants died, in an avalanche while trying to access Spanish territory, what is already known as the Melilla tragedy and that in the last hours has cornered Fernando Grande Marlaska, from all sides: the request for the appearance of the PP, shared for the moment by Bildu, and the request for an investigation commission of United We Can. In total, three minutes of images that, together with a visit to the field and the explanations of the Civil Guard, lead the deputies of various parties of the Interior Commission to affirm that the young people died in Spanish territory or at least controlled by Spanish agents. . Questions of cadastre, territorial cessions, and terms, allow both parties to maintain their versions. Interior insists that no migrant died in Spain. What the images show gives us an idea of what the space is like and what could have happened. The placeIt is a border crossing, with a Moroccan barrier. Once you pass through, you come to a patio that, according to the interior, is still the property of the Alahuí Kingdom. At the end of that patio there is another fence, that does give access to another patio where the Spanish lathes are already. Well, after crossing the patio, a group of migrants threw themselves against that second fence, radio in hand, and managed to break it. At that point, young Saharawis began to crowd together and there, in a second courtyard, the deaths occurred. The discussion is whether that is already Spanish territory or not. The Marlaska ministry insists that they were several meters from the Spanish zone. And the cameras do not finish proving neither one nor the other, because the walls prevent there from being images of that moment in the Spanish area. Deputies from United We Can and Bildu consider it a fact that it is an operational area of the Spanish Civil Guard and believe that it is necessary to investigate what happened or even, in the case of Bildu, that Marlaska must give explanations in Congress. After the first data of the tragedy, the storm seemed to have abated, but a BBC documentary, last week, revived it, stating that the dead were not 23, but 24 and that there were 70 missing. Not only that, the most serious accusation is that there were corpses in the Spanish zone that were dragged to Morocco. Another thing that Interior categorically rejects. But it is also true that the Spanish agents spent three hours guarding those who had been intercepted and sent back to Morocco, the famous hot returns. They assured the deputies that during that time, they did not see where deaths occurred and that when they returned there was no one there.