Juan Carlos Quer, father of Diana Quer, the young Madrid missing and found dead in Galicia a year ago, has defended today that "it is not reasonable" to repeal the permanent prison reviewable, considered necessary to achieve "a better, safer society and supportive. "
"Let us build together, apart from ideologies and partisan interests, a better, more secure and supportive society for our children," Quer said in a letter on the occasion of the first anniversary of the discovery of the body of his daughter Diana, who disappeared 500 days earlier. .
"This is the legacy of my daughter Diana (…) This would be her wish," the girl's father said in a statement, arguing that although the remand permanent prison "can not avoid the first crime" but Yes, you can avoid "the second, the third, by preventing these unretouched criminals from being put on the street."
Thus, he recalled that the alleged murderer of Laura Luelmo, the young teacher of 26 years murdered in El Campillo (Huelva) a few weeks ago, "evidenced the need for this Law when he requested after his arrest: 'Do not let me leave, I will return to do'".
In her statement, Quer asks that the murders of these young women not be a mere statistic but that they help "society take a step forward" and ask the politicians "the necessary legal measures to prevent murderers and serial rapists from being released without being rehabilitated. "
Therefore, it is committed to continue fighting "for the rights of the disappeared and so that the Penal Code does not eliminate the permanent prison sentence that can be revised" as "PSOE, Podemos and PNV" incomprehensibly claim "against the majority opinion of the Spanish people".
It is, he recalled, a penalty for "crimes of extraordinary seriousness and cruelty" and that "protects the most vulnerable in our society" by preventing "putting any dangerous criminal in the street until it is accredited in a rigorous and objective way that is totally rehabilitated ".
Quer says he supports all the proposals "aimed at the reeducation and reintegration of the prisoners" and those of "vigilance when they are released", but stresses that "logically, it is not reasonable to repeal the remand permanent prison."
The Civil Guard located the body of the young woman -disappeared in August 2016- in a ship in Rianxo (A Coruña) on December 31, 2017, days after the arrest of the only defendant in the case, José Enrique Abuín Gey, known like chewing gum.