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José Antonio Zarzalejos Nieto was born in Bilbao (1954), the second of five brothers[1] Son of José Antonio Zarzalejos Altares, Civil Governor of Vizcaya and Prosecutor of the Supreme Court, and brother of Francisco Javier Zarzalejos (Secretary General of the Presidency of the Government during the governments of José María Aznar and Secretary General of the FAES Foundation) and of the journalist Charo Zarzalejos.
José Antonio Zarzalejos, a law graduate from the University of Deusto, between 1979 and 1989 combined this profession with journalism, after passing the competitive exams to become a lawyer for the Provincial Council of Vizcaya, collaborating in journalistic media such as La Gaceta del Norte.
Since 2009 he has been a contributor to the digital newspaper El Confidencial, where he writes two columns a week, and to El Periódico de Catalunya. Additionally, he is a talk show host of the program Hora 25, of Cadena Ser.
In 2020 he was the editorial director of «El Desafío: ETA», a documentary series in eight chapters broadcast by the Amazon Prime Video platform that gathered, in addition to testimonies of victims, journalists, civil guards, judges and international personalities, those of the four former presidents of the Government: González, Aznar, Zapatero and Rajoy. It is considered the most important documentary series made so far on the trajectory of the terrorist group ETA and the fight of the Guardia Civil against it.[6]

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José Antonio Zarzalejos Nieto was born in Bilbao (1954), the second of five brothers.[1] Son of José Antonio Zarzalejos Altares, Civil Governor of Vizcaya and Prosecutor of the Supreme Court, and brother of Francisco Javier Zarzalejos (Secretary General of the Presidency of the Government during the governments of José María Aznar and Secretary General of FAES Foundation) and journalist Charo Zarzalejos.
José Antonio Zarzalejos, a law graduate from the University of Deusto, between 1979 and 1989 combined this profession with journalism, after passing the competitive exams to become a lawyer for the Provincial Council of Vizcaya, collaborating in journalistic media such as La Gaceta del Norte.
Since 2009 he has been a contributor to the digital newspaper El Confidencial, where he writes two columns a week, and to El Periódico de Catalunya. Additionally, he is a talk show host of the program Hora 25, of Cadena Ser.
In 2020 he was the editorial director of «El Desafío: ETA», a documentary series in eight chapters broadcast by the Amazon Prime Video platform that gathered, in addition to testimonies of victims, journalists, civil guards, judges and international personalities, those of the four former presidents of the Government: González, Aznar, Zapatero and Rajoy. It is considered the most important documentary series made so far on the trajectory of the terrorist group ETA and the fight of the Guardia Civil against it.[6]

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José Antonio Zarzalejos Nieto was born in Bilbao (1954), the second of five brothers.[1] Son of José Antonio Zarzalejos Altares, Civil Governor of Biscay and Prosecutor of the Supreme Court, and brother of Francisco Javier Zarzalejos (Secretary General of the Presidency of the Government during the governments of José María Aznar and Secretary General of the FAES Foundation) and journalist Charo Zarzalejos.
José Antonio Zarzalejos, a law graduate from the University of Deusto, between 1979 and 1989 combined this profession with journalism, after passing the competitive exams to become a lawyer for the Provincial Council of Vizcaya, collaborating in journalistic media such as La Gaceta del Norte.
Since 2009 he has been a contributor to the digital newspaper El Confidencial, where he writes two columns a week, and to El Periódico de Catalunya. Additionally, he is a talk show host of the program Hora 25, of Cadena Ser.
In 2020 he was the editorial director of «El Desafío: ETA», a documentary series in eight chapters broadcast by the Amazon Prime Video platform that gathered, in addition to testimonies of victims, journalists, civil guards, judges and international personalities, those of the four former presidents of the Government: González, Aznar, Zapatero and Rajoy. It is considered the most important documentary series made so far on the trajectory of the terrorist group ETA and the fight of the Guardia Civil against it.[6]

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