The Court of Violence against Women number 2 of Santa Cruz de Tenerife registered in recent days the definitive forensic medical report of the autopsy carried out on the girl Olivia GZ., the youngest of six years whose body was found on the bottom of the sea on June 10, 2021 by the oceanographic vessel Ángeles Alvariño. The expert opinion confirms that the father suffocated the minor before throwing her into the sea.
The expert opinion concludes that the girl died of “violent death”, of a “homicidal” medical-legal etiology, the fundamental cause being “compatible with mechanical asphyxia due to suffocation” and the immediate or final cause “compatible with acute lung edema. “.
The date of the girl’s death is between 7:54 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. on April 27, 2021, the same day as the disappearance of the two sisters, allegedly murdered by their father, Thomas Gimeno, currently disappeared, although the most accepted version is that of his suicide on the high seas.
The analysis of blood, pericardial fluid and gastric content performed by forensic laboratories on organic samples from the little girl did not detect any presence of “substances of toxicological interest”. Investigators believe that the youngest of the girls, Anna, suffered the same end as Thomas Gimeno He carried two large bags into his boat before disappearing into the sea.
The two girls from Tenerife were kidnapped by their father on April 27, 2021 and the event kept Spanish society in suspense until June 10 when the oceanographic vessel Ángeles AlvariñoPurposely displaced to Tenerife waters, he found the lifeless body of Olivia, the older of the two sisters, weighed down with an anchor and sunk to the seabed. For several weeks the search continued for the body of little Anna or her father Tomás, since the boat appeared at the beginning of the investigation floating on the ocean.