USA :A woman who was in the ICU dies in Cartagena after being attacked with a hammer by her husband

Cartagena (Murcia), after being admitted to the ICU after having been allegedly attacked by her husband on July 22, he is in provisional prison. She had numerous head injuries after being attacked with a hammer. & Nbsp; “data-reactid =” 17 “> A 61-year-old woman died this Wednesday in Cartagena (Murcia), after being admitted to the ICU after having She was allegedly attacked by her husband, who is in provisional prison, on July 22. She had numerous head injuries after being attacked with a hammer.

The woman had a daughter of legal age in common with the alleged aggressor and there are no previous complaints of gender violence, as reported by the Ministry of Equality in a statement.

The newspaper The truth holds that the couple was in separation proceedings, “which would have triggered the discussion and the subsequent attack on the family home on Calle Príncipe de Asturias in Cartagena.” The man, identified as J. M. G., in his 70s, was arrested almost immediately by the National Police, was admitted to provisional prison, notified and without bail. “data-reactid =” 20 “> The newspaper La Verdad maintains that the couple was in separation proceedings,” which would have triggered the discussion and the subsequent attack on the family home from Príncipe de Asturias Street in Cartagena. ”The man, identified as JMG, in his 70s, was arrested almost immediately by the National Police, entered provisional prison, notified and without bail.

29 killed

With this new confirmation, the number of women murdered by gender violence rises to 29 so far this year, nine women and two minors since last June 15, increasing the number to 1,062 the total number of women murdered by violence from gender since 2003, when data began to be collected.

Irene Montero and the Government delegate against Gender Violence, Victoria Rosell, have expressed their most
absolute condemnation and rejection of these sexist murders and they have transferred their support to the families and friends of the victim. “data-reactid =” 23 “> The Minister of Equality, Irene Montero and the Government Delegate against Gender Violence, Victoria Rosell, have expressed their most
absolute condemnation and rejection of these sexist murders and they have transferred their support to the families and friends of the victim.

WHERE TO GO

The Ministry of Equality, through the Government Delegation against Gender Violence, wants to remind you that the telephone number 016 and the online consultations through the email 016-online@igualdad.gob.es continue to function normally 24 hours a day, all the days of the week.

At 016 you can ask for advice on the available resources and the rights of victims of gender violence, as well as legal advice from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., every day of the week, with attention in 52 languages ​​and a service adapted to possible disability situations.

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