July 9, 2020

A woman killed on Saturday in Madrid raises sexist crimes to 1,033

The Government Delegation for Gender Violence has confirmed on Thursday that a 38-year-old woman murdered in Madrid allegedly by her partner last Saturday, November 30 is a fatal victim of sexist violence, number 55 this year and 1,033 since 2003.

The murder of this woman has not been known until Wednesday when the Delegation has confirmed it.

As sources close to the investigation have informed Efe, it is a woman whose body was found in a home in the Vicálvaro neighborhood of Madrid.

The autopsy did not exclude that it was a violent death and the Homicide Group of the Superior Police Headquarters considered that there was sufficient evidence to consider that their partner was the alleged perpetrator of the crime.

The woman had no minor children and there were no previous complaints. His alleged aggressor has entered prison.

In 11 months, 55 women have been killed by their partners or ex-partners, more than in all of 2018 when 51 women were killed, and three other cases are still under investigation.

Eleven of the cases weighed complaints of gender violence against the aggressors, 20%.

In addition, 46 minors have been orphaned as a result of these crimes, 278 since 2013.

016 attends to all victims of sexist violence 24 hours a day and in 51 different languages. A call that leaves no trace on the invoice, although it must be deleted from the mobile phone's call log.

Minors can also go to the ANAR 900 20 20 10 phone number, and citizens who witness an assault should call 112

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