A women has been doomed by Provincial Court of Granada to 17 years in prison by kill his girlfriend to stab wounds in the farmhouse where they lived in Motril (Granada). After the murder, he tried dispose of the corpse trying to bury him with the help of a mentally retarded young man, who has been cleared of a cover-up for being “particularly manipulable.” In her statement, the confessed murderer recounted that, after using drugs, she approached the victim with a knife, who was washing up the breakfast things, and killed: “I didn’t think, I took the knife from her and stabbed her (…) I don’t know where I gave her or how many stab wounds there were,” she declared.
In the judgment, the First Section of the Hearing sentences the defendant, identified as Yasmina MRas the author of a crime of murder with the aggravating factor of kinship and the mitigating factor of confession, for which it has also been imposed five years probation.
Along with this, the defendant must indemnify in 75,000 euros to the mother of the victim, who has exercised the private prosecution in the process represented by the lawyer Jesús Huertas. He shall also indemnify each of the four sisters of the young woman in 22,000 euros and has been prohibited from approaching or communicating with them by 22 years.
The crime occurred around 1:00 p.m. on April 12, 2021 in the house where the couple lived, who had been in a relationship for approximately two years. The defendant gave “at least 13 stab wounds” with a knife to the young Marine after having consumed cocaine and his intention was “make her suffer cruelly and unnecessarily”as stated in the sentence, against which appeal is possible.
After the crime that same afternoon, he contacted a friend whom he told that he had killed Marina and he “collaborated with her in wrap the corpse in a quilt and accompanied her“, both tonight and the next morning, “in search of a place to bury” the body, although they were unsuccessful and she ended up giving herself up to the Police and confessing what he had done.
The First Section of the Hearing has considered proven that the young man who helped her is mentally retarded that, “by making it especially manipulable, it prevented him from acting in a different way than he did” and acquits him of the crime of concealment of which he was accused.
In the first trial session, the defendant pleaded guilty to having committed the crime in the course of an argument with her partner in the living-dining room of the farmhouse where they rented. According to what she related, she had consumed cocaine and anxiolytics.