The Guardia Civil excludes gender-based violence by not fostering a sentimental relationship
VALENCIA, August 10 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Civil Guard is investigating the violent death of a 33-year-old woman in the Valencian town of Alginet and the subsequent suicide of a 64-year-old man who fell from a window and fell onto public roads, the gunmen reported to the institute. According to municipal officials consulted by Europa Press, the man allegedly killed the wife, his nephew’s partner, who was not at the time at the Valencia Street house where the crime took place.
According to the Guardia Civil, the incidents happened between 07:30 and 08:00 this Wednesday in the town of Alginet. The 33-year-old woman died violently in a possible homicide, while the man, who is of Romanian origin, fell out of a window, fell onto public roads and died on the spot.
The local police, alerted by the man’s rush into the street, drove to the scene of the events and located the victim in the house.
The Civil Guard has determined that it is not a matter of gender-based violence as the two were not romantically involved. Along those lines, urban sources have indicated that the man who took his own life is the uncle of the victim’s husband. At the time of the events, the nephew was at work and his loved one was at home.
The Judiciary Commission is in the process of removing the body and the trial has been declared secret.
The Alginet City Council has called a silent rally at 12 noon this Thursday in front of the door of the City Hall to condemn this case, which they call “domestic violence” and to urge society to recognize the importance of preventing and eliminating To become aware of violence, as circulated in a message on the social network Facebook.