The family of Laura Luelmo, the young Zamora teacher whose body appeared last Monday outside of El Campillo (Huelva), and who will exercise the private accusation, has assured this Friday that, according to the crimes presumably committed by Bernardo Montoya , the self-confessed author of the crime, will request for him the application of the permanent remainable prison.
Speaking to reporters on arrival at the courts of Valverde del Camino (Huelva), the lawyer who will represent this family, Patricia Catalina, also a delegate in Andalusia of the Clara Campoamor association, has assured that they will ask for the remand permanent prison , which is the maximum custodial sentence that exists in the Spanish Penal Code. It is a prison sentence, in principle for an indefinite period, subject to revisions that may serve to allow the prisoner to recover his freedom.
In this regard, Catalino, having secrecy of summary proceedings, has declined to make more statements but has thanked, on behalf of the family, the respect shown towards them.
"Right now everything is secret, as soon as it gets up we can study with the Prosecutor's Office and present a formal accusation," the lawyer said.
Although initially it was expected that the transfer of Montoya went directly from the Command of the Civil Guard of Huelva to the courts of Valverde, to make it available to the head of the Court of Instruction number one, in charge of the investigation, for the time being Montoya has not reached this courthouse although the agents are already cordoning off the area.
The confessed author has left the Commandery of Huelva, at 9.15 am, escorted by two agents between cries of 'murderer' by some 50 people who were waiting for him at the door of the capital Commandery to reprimand him.
It should be remembered that Montoya was arrested last Tuesday at noon, was transferred to the Civil Guard Barracks of Valverde and later to the capital, where he was taken statement the next day and confessed to have ended the life of the girl.