A Civil Guard from Valladolid has traveled to the Belgian capital (Brussels) to end, with knives, the life of his ex-partner: Teresa Rodríguez Llamazares, a 23-year-old nurse also from Valladolid, as confirmed in statements to EL ESPAÑOL de Castilla y León sources from the Valladolid Government Delegation, who added that it was a civil guard from the school who was in training in Portillo and had not finished his training.
The events occurred on Thursday night. The man, after what happened, attempted suicide by throwing himself out a window and is hospitalized and in critical condition in a Brussels hospital, as reported by Virginia Barcones, Government delegate in Castilla y León. The deceased was the daughter of an official of the Valladolid City Councilwho coincidentally was going to retire today.
It so happens that today the farewell party for this public employee, Juan Rodríguez, who attended last Tuesday, October 25, the presentation of the Municipal Health Plan in the reception hall of the Valladolid City Council, was scheduled, as reported by municipal sources.
The City Council has called a minute of silence that has been held at 1:00 p.m. this Friday, October 28. The mayor, Óscar Puente, the councilors of the Government Team and the representatives of the municipal groups and numerous workers They have gathered in the Plaza Mayor to express their solidarity with the municipal official and express their revulsion at the violent death of the young woman.
The Government delegate in Castilla y León, Virginia Barcones, has wanted to send her condolences and condolences to the family and friends of the young woman and has assured that after these 24 hours “the information has been contradictory”. She has added that, what they have certain at the moment is a “communication from INTERPOL” to “request help in locating the contact of the family of a woman from Valladolid who was dead”.
In addition, he added that Alicia Villar, sub-delegate of the Government in Valladolid, has been in contact with the consul of Spain to facilitate the family the transit of all procedures such as “translation or help”.
“We hope that, through INTERPOL, the Belgian police will make known the causes of death or murder, but we cannot assume anything”, and added that “some issues have been cleared up” in the last few hours and that “The information seemed to be heading down one path, but a few hours ago it was known that it was not exactly that,” without giving more information.
Victoria Rosell sends her condolences
For her part, the Government delegate against gender-based violence, Victoria Rosellhas sent his condolences and solidarity to the family of the young woman, victim of an alleged case of gender violence, waiting to confirm it officially.
Rosell has sent a message to Spanish women residing abroad who are victims of gender-based violence, to remind them that “Spain also takes care of them abroad”since consular offices have become purple points where they can ask for help.
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