Helena Jubany’s family, the librarian who was murdered in 2001 in Sabadell (Barcelona) without the crime having been clarified, it will formally request that the judicial police give new impetus to the investigation of the case, in the few months that remain for the crime to prescribe. This has been explained by the lawyer for the librarian’s family, Benet Salellas, after the statement of three new witnesses before the judge of Sabadell that last August agreed to reopen the investigation, as a result of the new evidence presented by the private prosecution.
According to Salellas, today’s witness “are clearly incriminating“because they locate the main suspect in the private prosecution – a couple from Montserrat Careta, the only one arrested for the crime and who committed suicide in prison – at the scene of the murder. The lawyer will present a written in court to urge the judicial police to investigate “immediately”, with the scientific tools available and the new data provided to clarify the murder. “We run the clock of the prescription of face impute to other peopleWe cannot reach 20 years, we must use these months to deepen the investigation “, Salellas added.
The court of first instance number two of Sabadell, according to the report of the Prosecutor’s Office and at the request of the private prosecution exercised by the Jubany family, agreed last August to reopen the investigation, which was provisionally filed in October 2005.
On December 2, 2001, Helena Jubany, a 27-year-old young woman from Sentmenat, who worked as a librarian in Sabadell, was found dead, after being thrown unconscious but alive, into an interior courtyard of her building, naked, drugged and with burns. on his body after receiving a couple of anonymous messages.
The evidence pointed to a murder and the National Police arrested at the time a suspect, Montserrat Careta, a neighbor of the same building and a member, like Helena, of the Sabadell Excursionist Union, who later committed suicide in prison.
Source: LA INFORMACIÓN – Lo último by www.lainformacion.com.
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