In the spring of 1997, Mallorcan musician Francisco Javier Ginestar opened the door of his rented apartment on General Avilés Avenue, in Valencia. The city he moved to to prosper. That was the last time anyone saw him alive.. His body, stitched with stab wounds, was found five days later. In 2010, thirteen years later, the main suspect was arrested for another crime. The autopsy technician, an expert on corpses, was formally charged with both murders. But it cannot be proven that he killed Mallorca.
Francisco Xavier He is divorced and has a five-year-old son.. Since 1995 he has been living in a rented apartment on General Avilés Avenue in Valencia, where he moved in search of a better future. He finished the fifth grade in music theory and is trying to become a musician. His body was discovered at home, after his relatives were surprised that he had not seen any signs of life that week. Upon entering, they found his body lying with stab wounds. One thing caught the attention of the Homicide Group: the door was not forced and everything showed that the musician opened up because he knew his killer. And he had no idea what was going to happen.
After a thorough investigation, the agents found some footprints that caught their attention. One of them belongs to an autopsy waiter nicknamed “Sebas”, who works at the Forensic Anatomical Institute of Valencia., as coroner’s assistant. He was addicted to cocaine and had a reputation for being very violent, so he became one of the main suspects. However, he had an alibi that saved him. Francisco Javier’s fiancée is his cousin, so he can justify his visit to General Avilés’ apartment. Therefore, Sebastián was never formally accused of the Mallorcan crime and the case, little by little, was forgotten by the police and archived.
Until October 1, 2010, in an apartment in the neighborhood of Malilla, the terrible sequence was repeated. An electrician named Daniel, who sells cocaine, opens the door for a friend. This was the last thing he did: he received 52 stab wounds and died there. On that occasion, “Sebas” was not so lucky. At least three witnesses saw him jump off a terrace and days later he was arrested. He was also accused of the crime of the musician in Mallorca, committed thirteen and a half years ago, although he always denied it. His brother and a friend were also arrested, and Sebas was imprisoned, awaiting trial.
In February 2013, A jury found him guilty of murder., because of Malilla’s crime. He was not tested for Mallorca. The defendant maintained during the trial that he had nothing to do with the crime, and assured that he would “never” do such a thing. The court finally sentenced him to 14 years in prison. Now, 26 years after the musician’s crime, no one has paid for that brutal attack.