A 24-year-old has been arrested as the alleged perpetrator of the murder of his ex-partner, a 39-year-old woman who has died from stab wounds in Granada.
According to Efe sources from the National Police, who have taken charge of the investigation, and the 112 emergency service, have informed the incident that took place at 5:45 p.m. in the victim’s home, located on Pavia Street, in the populous neighborhood of Granada Zaidín.
Agents from the Local and National Police and health services have moved to the place, who have treated the murdered woman.
The victim has died from stab wounds, according to police sources, who have explained that initially the aggressor has fled.
However, the alleged perpetrator of the events has been delivered to the Guadix Civil Guard units.
Government Subdelegation sources have explained that everything points to a sexist crime and that the victim, the second in the province in this 2020, had not filed complaints.
The arrested person remains in the Civil Guard units and will be transferred to those of the National Police in the next few hours.
After the crime, the Minister of Equality, Irene Montero, has said on her Twitter account that “we can face a new sexist murder. It is essential that our society accompanies, takes care and educates so that there is no more murder. We are not going to stop until you get it. A hug to family and friends of the victim. We want to live. “
The delegate of the Government against Gender Violence, María Victoria Rosell, has published in the same social network a text in which she says: “Excuse us that we insist, but they are killing us. They are not isolated cases, neither foreigners nor crazy people.”
“It is a structural problem, its origin is inequality. Denying it, systematically doubting the complainants, cutting back on resources, protecting the victims,” said Judge Rosell.
The Government Delegation against Gender Violence states that they are “collecting data on the alleged murder of Gender Violence of a 28-year-old woman in the province of Granada. If confirmed, the number of victims in 2020 would amount to 9 and would be 1042 since 2003. Enough now. Not one less, “concludes the message on the social network.