Alcàsser case: Why new evidence is requested


  • The Alcàsser case shocked Spain in 1993

  • Félix Ríos and his team have requested “genetic tests and that the seized vehicles be re-inspected”

  • They have requested to inspect the cars with current techniques and analyze 11 of the hairs found on the bodies of the victims

Iker Jimenez Has defined Alcázar as “the great Spanish case that was never resolved.” The criminologist Felix Rios and his team have been working on it since November last year and have requested “new genetic tests to be able to to prosecute Antonio Anglés in the event that he was arrested ”. This is essential because, according to Ríos, “as of today, if Angles were arrested there would be no forensic evidence to convict him.”

Félix Ríos and his team have asked “genetic testing and re-inspection of seized vehicles”. In them they want to look for genetic clues that place the girls there or that link them to the possible authors.

The two cars related to the Alcàsser case

The two cars that are still stored in the warehouse and that are related to the case are a Opel Corsa and a Seat Ronda. The latter is less important because it was bought after the hijacking, but Ríos and his team ask to analyze the Opel in depth and with current techniques (which did not exist in 1993). “What we ask is that with the developers that exist today, any fluid from any of the victims could be found.” Yes, it has been possible to confirm with evidence the presence of the criminals in the car, but not of the girls.

It has also been requested to analyze 11 of the hairs (pubic hair) found on the bodies of the victims.


Source: Cuatro – Noticias de última hora, deportes, programas y series by www.cuatro.com.

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