appeared a 49-year-old woman was killed in the final hours to blows to the head in the Buenos Aires City of Junín and suspect that the author was his former partner who appeared to be hanged.
The incident took place in the House of the victim in the 75 Alsina Street, between Belgrano and Lavalle. He was a teacher and she was identified as Ana Carina Simeón.
The woman had two sons, one of 23 and another 17, the main suspect of murder that would have spread recently.
Around 1630, 17-year-old daughter found her lifeless.
The Prosecutor of the Sergio Terrón cause remains steadfast his hypothesis of femicide followed by suicide, ruling out a possible murder on the occasion of robbery.
His former partner and alleged attacker, identified as Leonardo Pugliese, was a teacher of physical education for 50 years. Pugliese hanged himself in a house in the calle Roque Sáenz Peña to 1000, and his body was found one hour and a half after the crime.
The man was under psychological treatment for two months since he was affected by the rupture and the new relationship of her former spouse. Another important clue is that the victim received blows with a blunt item and a stab. In the car of her ex-husband found a mallet and a Seville in the Pocket that the suspect had since.
As it transpired there would be no history or allegations of gender-based violence.