Malaga, (EFE) years, in the apartment that they both shared in this town.
The alleged murderer has passed this morning at the disposal of the Investigating Court number 3 of Torremolinos, competent in Violence against Women and in guard duties, and has accepted his right not to testify.
According to sources from the Superior Court of Justice of Andalusia (TSJA), he has only answered the questions asked by his defense.
Marco G. was arrested by the National Police last Wednesday afternoon in Torremolinos, hours after Paula’s lifeless body was found with several stab wounds. The neighbors assure that before there had been a strong discussion between the two.
There were no previous complaints of gender violence between the couple, but the young woman had been a user of the Andalusian Women’s Institute for more than three years. The victim had two underage sons and a daughter, the latter along with her alleged murderer.
The Viogen system
The detainee, for his part, is included in the Comprehensive Monitoring System in cases of Gender Violence, known as VioGén, due to two previous relationships, one of them even with precautionary measures.
It so happens that an ex-partner of the alleged murderer from Torremolinos disappeared in this same town in Malaga in 2014 after breaking off the relationship with him.
The young woman, Sibora Gagani, an Albanian national, moved with him to the Costa del Sol in 2011 and disappeared on July 7, 2014, the date since her family, who resides in Italy, does not know her whereabouts.
The National Police will now investigate whether there is any relationship between Marco G. and Gagani’s disappearance almost a decade ago, as the family suspects.
Regarding this last case, the court has not yet adopted any decision and it will be over the next week when it can provide information in this regard, they have indicated from the TSJA. EFE