To show their grief and common repudiation for yesterday's death of their neighbor, who was allegedly the victim in a sexist crime, the Plaza de Tijola was filled to the brim. She was Maite, and she was fifty years old. Jose Juan Martinez, Tijoleno mayor has spoken for a town that has been in dismay since yesterday.
She said that she was a dear neighbor and very helpful. "This despicable fact" she stated about her "neighbor", she added, "which shows that gender violence is not a statist."
He was joined by representatives from all administrations, hundreds of neighbours, representatives of associations for women's rights, older persons, and minors. Yesterday, the whole Tijola met with the family of this woman. The husband surrendered to the Police Local de Vera just hours after he discovered the body in his family home.
We must unite to combat this social scourge which has already claimed fifteen women this year. When it is confirmed, there will be 16 victims of gender-based violence who have died in our country. Aranzazu Martin (Government delegate to the Board in Almeria), said that three were in Andalusia, and one was in Almeria. He is also deeply affected by the situation.
The Civil Guard continues to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of the mother and her children, who worked at the Andalusian Employment Service in Huercal-Overa.
It is not yet confirmed that it is a crime in the context of gender violence. However, Juan Ramon Fernandez, the acting sub-delegation to the Government, said that it was being determined.