Tuesday, September 26, 2023

The Civil Guard intervened 56 times to save her from her killer

The woman who was murdered this Saturday in Oia (Pontecvedra) allegedly by her ex-partner filed a complaint in April and her case was considered “medium risk”. This was reported this Sunday by the government sub-delegation in Pontevedra, mica laribaAt the entrance to the campsite where Ana Vanessa Seren, 44, worked, and where she was allegedly murdered by her ex-partner, a civil guard He committed suicide a few hours after the events when he found himself surrounded by agents of the armed forces on a hill near the crime scene.

The government deputy reported that the woman filed a complaint last April, which led to an expedited trial, which ended with a 300-meter restraining order sentence and a ban on communication with the victim.

Following this conviction, Lariba has indicated that agents of the Civil Guard unit in charge of this type of case intervened to save the victim on a total of 56 occasions, one of them “recently”.

In any case, as he explained, this does not mean that the attacker failed to comply with the sentence, but that “it is about monitoring the victim to verify that the convicted person is not breaking the sentence”. ” “They are follow-ups. They have nothing to do with the breaches. It is something that is done in a normal way, which is part of security,” he elaborated.

However, Lariba has said that “in no case” has the victim been “helpless”. “On the contrary,” he said before acknowledging that “these things happen, unfortunately.” “No matter what means we use, no matter how many resources…”, he lamented.

Which weapon was used?

Furthermore, the deputy has maintained that the alleged killer, a civil guard by profession, had taken back his weapons and was only paying attention to the public.

When asked about the weapon of the crime, Lariba has said that it is not a regulatory weapon, as he has insisted, “he did not have access to them”, so “it looks like it is a shotgun or a rifle”. “.

Now, the Government Delegation in Galicia has sent data and police reports to the Government Delegation Against Gender Violence dependent on the Ministry of Equality to study the official declaration of this murder as gender violence, made this Monday. This is the second manslaughter crime in Galicia this 2023, after the murder of a woman in Bayona last February, for which her former partner was arrested.

Across the state, the number of murders of women due to gender-based violence will increase to 21 in 2023 and 1,205 by 2023, according to data provided by the government.

Similarly, the representative of the government in Galicia, José Ramón Gómez Besteiro, has indicated in a publication on his Twitter account that Ana Vanessa’s death is “a failure as a society” that he feels “deeply”.

“Ana Vanessa is the last victim of a sexist murder in Oia, Galicia. Her death is a failure as a society that we feel deeply. This cannot happen again. Can’t stop moving forward,” he revealed.

Repulsion in Pontevedra

Signs of despair and disapproval have been repeated this Saturday afternoon across the region and from various institutions and political positions. Among them is Xunta President Alfonso Rueda, who said in a post on Twitter that he was “shocked and speechless” after what happened. He wrote, “It hurts, but we will not stop working until sexist violence is definitively out of society.”

as well as the leader of the BNG, Ana Ponton, has used this social network to show his “anger, pain and outrage” at the “new murder caused by sexist violence”. Similarly, it has urged “more means and resources to protect women who are victims of this brutal form of violence”.

“Only with real equality will we be able to put macho terrorism behind us. All affection and solidarity to Vanessa’s family at this difficult time,” he concluded.

The secretary general of the PSdeG has also joined in the messages of revulsion for this “horrible sexist crime”. He added, “A new victim of this crisis is sexist violence, which we must eradicate from our society forever. All my love and solidarity to Vanessa’s family.”


The alert went out this Saturday at 4:10 p.m.: a woman had been killed by a firearm in the vicinity of the O Muino campsite, located on the road between Bayona and A Guarda.

Shortly afterwards, it was confirmed that authorities were searching for the victim’s former partner, a civil guard, who had a 300-metre restraining order in place as well as a ban on communicating with her.

Thus, the efforts of the security forces focused on locating the prime suspect. Late in the afternoon they found him on a hillock near the spot.

Finally, sources in the investigation consulted by Europa Press confirmed that the alleged perpetrator of the crime committed suicide around 10:15 p.m. after more than an hour in which agents tried to talk him out of his way. Change yourself.

Telephone 016 supports victims of sexist violence, 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 calls must be removed from the device. He can also be contacted by email at 016-online@igualdad.gob.es and by WhatsApp at 600 000 016. Minors can call the Fundación ANAR at 900 20 20 10. If it is an emergency, you can call 112 or the National Police (091) and the Civil Guard (062). And if you can’t call, you can use the ALERTCOPS application, which sends an alert signal with a geolocation to the police.

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