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28 Oct 2022 15:49 GMT

Jesús P., who was her partner, confessed that he killed her with a blow after a strong argument.

19 years after the disappearance of Juana Canal, a 38-year-old from Madrid who then had two children aged 16 and 18, all the details of what happened on February 22, 2003 are beginning to be known.

Jesús P., who was his partner, confessed last night that he killed her with a blow after a strong argumentalthough that was not his intention. In addition, he has reported that in fear of being discovered by the woman’s eldest son, who had gone out that night, dismembered the body in the bathtub and transported it in two suitcases to his car.

With that vehicle he traveled about 100 kilometers from the Spanish capital, to a municipality in the province of Ávila where his family had a farm. There, in the middle of the mountain, about two kilometers from the home of his relatives, he dug two holes and buried the mortal remains.

Before, he had left a note at his home to clear suspicions. She told the woman’s son that the two had argued strongly and that her mother had left after taking a drink. lot of pills.

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This was not the first version of the prisoner. A few hours earlier, he told the agents that the woman was found dead When he arrived at the house, he got scared and proceeded to dismember the body to later bury it.

With this confession, almost two decades of uncertainty are closed for the Canal family.

The case was investigated again in 2019, when a hiker accidentally found some bones that subsequent genetic tests determined belonged to Juana Canal. Later, already this 2022, a judge ordered that tap the phone de Jesus P.

The man had married another woman six months after the death of his former partner. He had four children and was running a mobile hot dog business.

However, when he learned that some of Canal’s mortal remains had been found and that there was a police presence in the small town of Ávila, he ended up committing an imprudence over the phone that led to his subsequent arrest: “At this point I no longer believe that the Police will catch me”. A few words that make one suspect that there could be an accomplice or, at least, an accomplice.

Source: Actualidad

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