The complementary tests that the forensic ones were doing to the body of Laura Luelmo, the young teacher of 26 years murdered in (El Campillo) Huelva, finish clarifying how her death was. "The studies carried out on the tissues are very precise and show that there was hardly any survival, he died almost in the act, certainly before the first eight hours elapsed since he suffered the aggression," said sources close to the investigation.
The conclusion of the analyzes confirms the thesis of the Civil Guard and adjusts the preliminary results of the autopsy, which gave a margin of up to two days to date the death of the young Zamora woman who disappeared on December 12 and was found dead, half-naked and with evident signs of violence on the 17th of the same month. some bushes. The agents considered that the "fatal injuries" -a Brutal blows to the head against the flooro- they were produced in your neighbor's house and murderer, the former Bernardo Montoya, 50 years old; and that this one - again in prison - got rid of the woman's body quickly, putting him in his car and throwing him in a wooded spot five kilometers from the town. The Civil Guard said in a press conference that Laura Luelmo died the same day her attacker hit her "in her house" and raped her "in the field", after transporting her body in the trunk of her car wrapped in a blanket.
The preliminary results of the autopsy, known a few hours after a search volunteer found the body of the young woman on December 17, said that "Laura Luelmo died sometime between December 14 and 15 and he suffered sexual aggression", Which triggered the suspicions of a long agony of the girl, since he could have died between the second and the third day after his disappearance. The latest analyzes contradict that theory.
The latest reports on complementary tests carried out on tissues obtained from the body, which the family was able to incinerate before Christmas, reveal that "there was hardly any survival, since the tissues affected by the injuries have hardly evolved, that is, there was hardly no attempt of his organism to repair the serious hemorrhagic wounds he suffered, "explain sources close to the investigation. "Everything indicates that the aggression was very close in time to death," they insist. "This is indicated by the tissues obtained from the various injuries that the corpse presented."
The report leaves no room for doubt: "She is attacked, beaten and, without much evolution of the wounds, the death takes place". Forensic sources explain that "any organism naturally tends to its restoration while it is alive, if not, it is dead".
These results close the controversy created between some forensic experts -who issued a note from the Spanish Society of Legal Forensic Medicine- and the Civil Guard after solving the case and explaining their thesis. The agents always defended that Montoya, confessed murderer, gave deadly blows to the victim's head in his own house, located just opposite the one that only three days before the teacher had rented in El Campillo. His body was found - with visible signs of violence - after his family had reported his disappearance on the 12th. The forensics, on the other hand, asked for "respect" towards their colleagues and the conclusions they had issued in their first reports that they gave two days of margin in the data of the death.
"The complementary analyzes, which should be used, do not usually substantially correct the first prediction, rarely will imply an important correction to the conclusions obtained from the examination of the corpse," the forensic experts said on December 28.