Zaragoza (EFE) six years old
This has been confirmed to the media by the sub-delegate of the Government in Aragon, Fernando Beltrán, at the scene of the events, San Mateo street in this Zaragoza town, located about 25 kilometers from the capital.
The 39-year-old woman and her ex-partner were included in the Integral Monitoring System in cases of Gender Violence (VioGén), of the Ministry of the Interior, because the woman had filed complaints for ill-treatment.
But Beltrán explained that the restraining order that had been issued had currently expired.
The case was inactive due to “unappreciated” risk
These restraining orders have an expiration and the time of validity had already passed. The case was currently inactive, having been classified as an “unappreciated” risk, according to Beltrán.
In any case, it has specified that it will be the Government Delegation against Sexist Violence who, in light of the investigations and evidence collected, will determine if it is a new sexist murder.
Now, the Civil Guard is collecting more data and talking with relatives and neighbors of the victim to determine if the man could allegedly commit the murder when his ex-partner was going to pick up the child at the detainee’s home.
Civil Guard sources have reported that the event took place around five in the afternoon. The judge and a team of the Scientific Police have traveled to the place, which has collected personal belongings and belongings from the detainee’s home.
With the woman murdered in Zaragoza there are already 1,192
If it is confirmed that it is a sexist murder, this would be the tenth so far this year in Spain and the 1,192 since there are records. In Aragon it would be the first of 2023 and the 33rd since they were recorded. The son of this woman would be the first orphan in Aragon in 2023 due to male violence, and the 14th in all of Spain.
016 attends to all victims of sexist violence 24 hours a day and in 52 different languages and leaves no trace on the invoice, just like the email [email protected]
Attention is also provided through WhatsApp through the number 600000016 and minors can contact the Fundación ANAR telephone number 900 20 20 10.
Mourning and minute of silence for the crime of a woman in Villanueva de Gállego
The City Council of Villanueva de Gállego (Zaragoza) will declare two days of mourning and will call a minute of silence this Saturday after the murder of a 39-year-old woman, because her ex-partner, a resident of this town, has been arrested and who has been transferred already to dependencies of the Civil Guard in Casetas.
This was announced to Efe by the mayor of Villanueva, Mariano Marcén, who is still awaiting confirmation that it is a sexist murder. “Despite the fact that it is evident that it is gender violence, the protocols must be respected,” he said.