A 30-year-old woman has been attacked with extreme brutality, allegedly by her ex-partner, and has been treated at a bus stop in the Puente de Vallecas district, in Madrid. The 27-year-old man was arrested minutes later by the police and the officers recovered the knife with which he stabbed the victim in the abdomen. The attack occurred at a quarter to eleven in the morning on Javier de Miguel Street.
It is still not clear if the attack occurred at the stop itself or the woman arrived at that point from another location. The Samur emergency services have stabilized the victim and have proceeded to transfer her to the hospital, where she will undergo surgery and she will remain hospitalized. Predictably, the detainee will be charged with the crime of attempted murder and gender violence. At the moment, the Government Delegation has not confirmed whether the man had a history of sexist or other type of violence or if there were previous complaints from the victim, a 30-year-old Honduran, towards the detainee, a 27-year-old Spaniard.
This Saturday, another woman was stabbed repeatedly in a hotel in the capital. The alleged aggressor of Spanish nationality, born in 1991 and with a criminal record, was also detained at the hotel facilities by the National Police, which is investigating the attack as a possible case of gender violence. One of the new lines of investigation proposed by Teresa Peramato, the prosecutor of the Violence against Women Chamber, is that not only the circumstances of the completed murders are analyzed, but also that of the attempted femicide in the fight against attacks. sexist
The seven sexist murders committed in August in Spain led to the meeting of the second crisis committee of the summer convened by the Ministry of Equality. At this meeting it was agreed to focus the protection of victims on the separation process, pregnancy and the collection of belongings from the family home after the breakup with the aggressor. The Government delegate against Gender Violence, Victoria Rosell, explained after the meeting that 85.7% of sexist murders are committed by couples or spouses and the rest by ex-partners.
The Government Delegation against Gender Violence confirmed this Monday that the two crimes committed this Sunday in Seville and in Villanueva del Arzobispo (Jaén) are sexist murders, which brings the fatalities to 42 so far this year, a total of 1,226 since they began to be counted in 2003. In this latest attack, the woman has not died but her condition is serious due to the depth of the wound caused by her attacker and she remains hospitalized at the Gregorio Marañón.
Telephone 016 assists victims of all sexist violence – from physical to psychological, sexual or trafficking -, their families and those around them 24 hours a day, every day of the year, in 52 different languages. The number is not registered on the telephone bill, but the call must be deleted from the device. You can also contact them by email at [email protected] and by WhatsApp at 600 000 016. Minors can contact the ANAR Foundation by calling 900 20 20 10. If it is an emergency situation, You can call 112 or the National Police (091) and Civil Guard (062) telephone numbers. And if you cannot call, you can use the ALERTCOPS application, from which an alert signal is sent to the Police with geolocation.
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