José María Irujo is a senior editor and investigative reporter for El País Newspaper. He has received seven of Spain's most prestigious awards for journalism during his career and is known for unearthing the “Roldán Case”, which exposed the extent of corruption in the previous socialist administration. Many of his articles warned as early as 2000 of Al Qaeda's presence and the risk of an attack in Spain. He has just published “El Agujero. España invadida por la yihad“ (The Hole. Spain Invaded by Jihad), in which he describes how the 11 March attacks in Madrid were pulled off. He has also published four books on ETA, corruption, and “La Lista Negra (The black List), in which he revealed the presence of hundreds of Nazi spies and war criminals living in Spain under the protection of Franco.