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    Alcasser teenage girls case, Spain

    Please, share the link of this thread and the whole story with everyone!


    I want tell you this creepy story which shocked and shamed Spain twenty-two years ago. It's a long story with so many angles, but worth it:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Alcasser_Girls



    Some people in Spain have always think that this crime points to a cover-up in an attempt to cover the identity of whoever killed them. When the corpses where found in the site of murders in La Romana hills, the Civil Guard police found a bit of medical paper nearby the ditch with the name of Enrique Anglés in it. Then, they went to Anglés' home in Catarroja (five kilometres norhteast from Alcàsser) to arrest him, but at this time Antonio Anglés (brother of Enrique) managed to flee by jumping through a window even when the building was surrounded by police officers.
    Few minutes later, Miguel Ricart entered Anglés' home whilst carrying a bag with some oranges (because he lived there with his friend Antonio Anglés), and finally the police officers arrested him without any real suspiction against him.
    Such fact is odd because the murderers apparently buried the three teenage girls in mid November 1992 and they were suddenly found in late January 1993 by two beekeepers, being such bit of paper remaining stuck there as long as 75 consecutive days without being blow away by windgusts. It is weird, isn't it?

    Some guys from a Spanish website put a piece of paper right in the same place and wait just for two weeks, then they came back to check it and the paper had completely dissapear due to the windgusts. They tried it few times and they only found the paper two times and it was like 40 metres away.
    One theory is that someone put that paper the earlier day there to incriminate both Miguel Ricart and Antonio Angles. It's also strange that they both were minor criminals more focused in drug and robbery stuff, and then suddently became the sadistic murders ever as the court stated they made this awfull triple crime only by themselves. Other theories even suggested that the purpose was to made a snuff film. In fact, a priest of the church of Alcàsser got what is supposed to be a snuff film when a man went to the church for confession, then a friend of the parents of these girls received the alleged snuff movie given him by the priest, but the priest didn't reveal his identity because priest always keep confessions confidential. That friend is a criminologist who had been investigating everything since the first day because of the huge inconsistencies of the official story since the very beginning.

    In fact, that criminologist named Juan Ignacio Blanco wrote a book which was banned by the former government, (on which I will draw upon most of that thread), and he still speaks nationwide in order to search the truth by using online radio and poscasts. That's the book, in Spanish language:

    https://es.scribd.com/doc/118330287/...Ninas-Alcasser

    The so-called snuff film came to the knowledge of the Minister for Police by Juan Ignacio Blanco and one of the parents of the three teenage girls, just the most combative to find the truth, named Fernando García (father of Miriam García), but anyone never got an answer of it. There are some reports of people that could have seen the snuff film on the deep web, but hey, who knows!


    These are the three teenage girls who were savagely tortured to death:



    http://images.lainformacion.com/cms/...=lainformacion




    This is Miguel Ricart. He was sent to prison for more than twenty years and there were not hard evidences against him. Some of us in Spain often think that perhaps some police officers coerced him to create a false guilty. He was sent out of prison on late November 2013 because his sentence, (as many others too), was handed down by an European Court under what is known as the Spaniard Parot Doctrine:

    http://www.upi.com/Top_News/World-Ne...#ixzz33ERscbor



    http://www.noticiasdenavarra.com/201...en-de-alcasser




    This is Antonio Anglés, a drug criminal who has been arrested 28 times before Alcasser crime. What's unexplanaible he was able to fled from Valencia, Spain, to Lisbon, Portugal, without being arrested within the biggest raid ever in Spain.
    In fact, although police was breathing down his neck all the time whilst crossing the Iberian peninsula from east to west (from Valencia to Lisbon), he was managed to flee as if he were Jason Bourne.
    So, his flee had allegedly started when some police officers arrived to his house the same day the human remains of the three teenagers were found. Then he kept hidden for nearly one month in the countryside of Valencia province. Then, he was near captured in Villamarchante, but he managed to escape although there were a lot of police officers trying to arrest him as a big raid there. He was spotted few days later in Minglanilla, last place where, according to the official story, he was last seen in Spain by some witnesses. Then, in March 1993, he was seen again in Lisbon, Portugal. Police told he apparently embarked as a stowaway in a ship named 'City of Plymouth', and then he threw itself supposedly on having been discovered by the staff of the ship when travelling nearby the coast of Ireland. From there his track got lost forever. It is believed that he drowned in these cold waters, but until today nothing is known and his fate is unknown, so, as for today, he still remains unaccounted for.
    Some unofficial theories indicate that Antonio Anglés was killed at anytime during late 1992 or early 1993, then someone eventually acted or stagged such amazing flee with the purpose of creating the myth of Antonio Anglés as the most dangerous person ever who every Spaniard must hate whilst trying to keep the real culprits free as a part of a cover up.
    In fact, there were not any evidences against neither Antonio Anglés (nor Miguel Ricart) in the unused farmhouse of La Romana hills where the rape, torture and murders allegedly took place:



    https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/i...C8psqEISI0LfJQ




    This is Fernando García, the most combative one of the fathers of the teenage girls. He was in London on 27th January 1993 to show this case on British television; that day the three girls were found dead randomly by two beekeepers in a clandestine grave in a hilly, rugged, sparsely populated area between the villages of Catadau and Tous known as 'La Romana', which is located more than 30 kilometres away southwest from Alcàsser:



    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-e3-TcWeaOp...Garcia+001.jpg



    There are some few spaniards forums which contains some threads about this crime where the fake official story is undermined because it has a lot of stranges inconsistencies, so we have been studying the matter in depth for years. All I want to do is to show you as English speakers how wrong the official story of that crime presumably is. Well, these are the threads in Spanish language:
    https://www.forocoches.com/foro/show...ghlight=<br />
    http://www.burbuja.info/inmobiliaria...casser-iv.html
    http://rumorologia.foroactivo.com/t2...as-de-alcasser

    Here you can see some other websites in Spanish language about this crime as well:

    http://elpalleter.orgfree.com/
    https://crimendealcasser.wordpress.com/
    https://sites.google.com/site/lawebdelassombras/enlaces
    https://elcrimendealcasser.wordpress.com/

    Finally, you can see some information about this crime in other languages. Please, if your native language is not Spanish, just help me to share this sad story by writting about this case, for instance in top crime blogs and forums in your own native language - whatever you language is - or by creating another Wikipedia article in your own language like these listed below that already exist. Thanks in advance:

    https://fr.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meurtres_d%27Alcàsser
    https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alcasser_Mädchen
    https://it.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Le_ragazze_di_Alcàsser
    https://pt.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crime_de_Alcácer
    https://ru.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Девушки_из_Алькассера


    I'm not fully fluent in English, but I will do my best.
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    Friday afternoon, 13th November 1992. Three teenagers from Alcasser named Antonia, (often referred as 'Toñi' as diminutive name), Miriam and Desirée, allegedly tried to go to a secondary school party which took place in the nearby town of Picassent, located about two kilometres away west from Alcasser, but they never arrived at their destination.

    They also tried to convince one mate called Esther Diez (a 15-years-old girl) to join them, but she had flu-like symptoms so she refused their ongoing plan, so Esther finally decided to remain at home.
    However, Esther told the three girls had not a clear intention to go to the nightclub when they left her home.

    There is the first contradiction: Esther Diez testified that her friends have left her home at 20:15 or 20:20 according to her digital clock video, which is not the same that Esther's mother testified, who told the three girls left her home at 18:00, so there is a huge gap between what Esther and her mother told. Either if the three girls left Esther's house at 18:00 or at anytime between 20:15 to 20:20, then all the other eyewitnesses reports must be wrong by their alleged timelines.

    Another eyewitness was one of their teenage male mates, called Francisco Antonio Soria, who saw them walking in Alcasser streets at 19:45. There is another huge contradiction on the timeline with both Esther and her mother.

    The next eyewitness was a young man called Francisco José Hervás, who saw them waiting beside a traffic light at the outskirts of Alcasser towards Picassent at 20:15. He was driving his own car accompanied by his girlfriend, called Maria Luz Lopez. He asked them where they're going, then he took them a ride for about 500 mettres to the first streets of Picassent because some engine problem in his own car, so Francisco José stopped his car in the first petrol station at the entrance of Picassent, then he drove until the nearest workshop, so the three girls left out his car and allegedly continued on foot straight towards Coolor nightclub. Again, there is also another timeline gap with both Esther and her mother.

    There is another huge inconsistency: Francisco Jose said the girls were waiting beside a traffic light while doing hitchikking in a clear, direct way, instead of his girlfriend, Maria Luz Lopez, who said the three girls were hitchhiking in secret as if they were somewhat shy. They both involving themselves in another contradiction later in May 1997, because Francisco Jose told the judge he was driving a gold-coloured Seat Ronda car, and his girlfriend said it was a white Ford Orion car. Also, it's hard to believe how a workshop may be open on Friday at 20:15. Oddly enough, the judge did not investigate those huge contradictions.
    Then, one of the lawyers asked about Francisco José's earlier criminal records, but that question was refused by the judge as inappropiate, therefore never answered so far.

    Once the three girls were on foot by the sidewalk of Picassent's main street heading toward Coolor nightclub, they were seen by another male mate of them called Jose Antonio Cano roughly at 20:20. He was riding his scooter going in the opposite direction of the three girls. Another contradiction: Few days later, Jose Antonio Cano told the police that he didn't see any car moving around the three girls. Five year later, he told the judge that he saw how a white small Opel car pass near the girls. Perhaps he was pressured by police to join 'the real truth', because according to the official story the three girls were kidnapp by the drivers of a white Opel Corsa car.

    Then the last eyewitness was a 63-years-old woman called Maria Dolores Badal. She was at home, looking through a window watching people in the street at 20:00, when se saw how three girls were hitchhiking until a white car stopped, and then they got into the car. So, she was able to see four unknown men inside the car.
    After Maria Dolores Badal, nobody saw them alive anymore. Oddly enough, the investigation refused those four unknown men as the perpetrators because the judge stated with poor evidences that there were just two perpetrators: Antonio Anglés and Miguel Ricart.

    She was the only eyewitness that testified more properly at the justice court - at least it was proved how her report made more sense than the ones of all the other eyewitnesses - except for a contradiction. She told she remember that when she was seeing the teenage girls, the street lights switch on automatically, but at mid November in eastern Spain (Valencia province) at 20:00 it got dark night. In fact, at that time of the year the sunset is 17:48, as explained in this link:

    The Weather Channel: pronóstico del tiempo nacional y local, huracanes, radar y reportes de weather.com

    Thus, whilst other friends of the three teenage girls were partying hard at Coolor nightclub for the secondary school party, when it was over they reported any of the three teenagers joined the party.

    According to the criminalistic man Juan Ignacio Blanco - who lived for more than a year in Alcasser with Fernando García, (father of Miriam García) for the purposse of investigating that stuff - an eyewitness of the girls, just Jose Antonio Cano, revealed him that he really did not seen the three girls the day of the dissapearance.
    The official story allways kept that the three girls tried to go straight on foot towards Coolor nightclub to enjoy the secondary school party, but according to most witnesses, they supposedly intended to do it at 20:00 or 20:15, when their fathers allways put them a specific time to return back at home, just 21:30 h, so there was not time enough to enjoy the party and then walking down back home as long as two kilometres.
    They also haven't quite enough money to buy tickets at the door entrance, and they did not carried any presale tickets in their pockets.
    It's hard to believe why they intended to go to the secondary school party without having enough money nor presale tickets, as it could be highly likely that they could have buy presale tickets within the previous days at their school as many others really did within the previous days, but they didn't instead, so looks like that their timeline whilst trying to reach Coolor nightclub could be partly or even totally fake, or at least, the three teenage girls never tried to go to the secondary school party that day, but to another - unknown - place.

    It's pretty strange why the police didn't asked the witnesses until seven days later to the dissapearance, and even why was Francisco José Hervás the first one to report his statement if he is not a close friend of them, when it can be likely expected that Esther Díez - as the most close friend so far - may have been the first one.
    Did the police coerced all the witnesses after Esther Díez with the purpose of build a fake story trying to put the three girls heading Coolor nightclub when they really didn't instead? Some theories suggested so, but hey, who knows.
    http://es.scribd.com/doc/118330287/L...lcasser#scribd
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    Now I show you a video which included the voice of one of the three teenage girls, just Antonia Gómez, who is often referred as "Toñi" as we Spaniards tend to use diminutive names so much.

    There was a radio station that operated Alcasser area, so the previous day to the disappearance of the three teenage girls, - on Thursday 12th November 1992 at afternoon - Antonia Gómez called up the radio station to dedicate a song to her friends, just to Desirée Hernandez, Miriam García and some other friends as well.

    It was broadcasted on television three days later to the sad, macabre finding, just in a Spanish tv program called "Quién sabe donde" as a tribute to them .

    By the way she seemed to be happy, it could indicate how apparently she had not any accurate intention for a runaway.
    She also said she had not clue of what kind of leisure plans she could have for the next day, so at that time she still didn't show any accurate intention to go to the secondary school party the next day.
    Let me show you the English translation of it:



    0:01-0:02. Speaker: Hey, Antonia, how is your Thursday evening going on?
    0:03. Antonia: It's quite fine.
    0:04-0:07. Speaker: What are your plans for the weekend starting tomorrow?
    0:08. Antonia: I don't know.
    0:09. Speaker: So, looks like you don't know what to do the next weekend.
    0:09. Antonia: No, I don't know.
    0:10. Speaker: Anyway; I guess you won't stay at home.
    0:11. Antonia: Sure, you are right.
    0:12. Speaker: Yeah, there is not doubt about.
    0:13. Speaker: Hey, Antonia!
    0:14. Antonia: Yeah!
    0:15. Speaker: Just tell me what song you want to hear.
    0:16. Antonia: Peter Schilling...
    0:17. Speaker: Major Tom.
    0:18. Antonia: Yeah!
    0:19-0:20. Speaker: To whom is this song dedicated?
    0:21-0:25. Antonia: This song is dedicated to Isabel, to Miriam, to Desirée, to Ana, to Amaya...



    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xve...aricion_webcam
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    27th January 1993, sixty-five days later of the disappearance of the three girls.
    At that time, the whole country was very concerned by what could happened to the three teenage girls.


    Two beekeepers, called Gabriel Aquino and José Sala, decided to check their hives in a day of hives maintenance. Theirs hives were located in a hilly, isolated landscape called as 'La Romana' - which is difficult to hit by driving road-cars because of unsurfaced, bumpy roads - located about 35 kilometres away southwest from Alcasser, just somewhere halfway between the villages of Catadau and Tous.
    The beekeepers arrived to La Romana at 10:00, so they decided to wait for a while because the day was too cold to see the bees, as they are hidden into the hives to survive at low temperatures during winter.

    Gabriel Aquino was strolling around whilst waiting, and Jose Sala kept sitting on a stone beside the hives instead.
    Twenty minutes later, Gabriel Aquino found an suspicious thing between wild grash and bushes, just some removed soil and shrubs cuts into a pile. He shouted José Sala so he ran fast to check what's was going on there.

    They were very suprised at all, so José Sala took a hand tool and removed the cuts shrubs. It was going to be the most horrible thing they ever have seen: A hand appearing out of the ground with a watch in it, likely the one of an adult man because it was a large hand, as they claimed later in the legal court.

    Then, they moved to the nearest Civil Guard police station to report their finding.
    Oddly enough, there were not any off-road vehicles available at the police station of Llombay, so they had to wait for two hours for an appropiate off-road car. Oddly enough, any off-road vehicle of the police came, in spite of there are some bigger towns near Llombay as was likely expected their bigger Civil Guard police stations could have some off-road cars available.

    Finally and according to the beekeeper Gabriel Aquino, a black road car came two hours later with two men wearing civilian clothes in it, so he went to La Romana being accompanied by these two men, whereas the other beekeeper Jose Salas had to wait more for another the off-road car to came back La Romana at anytime later. These two men who wore civilian clothes did not reveal their identities at that time, but several days later, according to a police report, they were Civil Guard police officers. The report also stated there weren't two policemen wearing civilian clothes, but three.

    There are more contradictions in another police reports owned by others police departments to describe what happened on Llombay's police station that day.

    It was known that the police officers of Alberique's Civil Guard police station received a phone call that day. According to their police report, any of two beekeepers came back to La Romana until they had been accompanying by the judge on duty.

    According to another report by the main Civil Guard station of the city of Valencia, only one person went to La Romana to check himself the disturbing finding, just the captain of Alberique's police station.

    The other beekeeper, José Sala, in his first statement during the oral trial in May 1997, he claimed that he never split up of Gabriel Aquino that day, but both beekeepers stayed together all day long; he also had stated that the two beekeepers came back to La Romana with several policemen in an off-road car. Thus, he claimed that few seconds after they hit La Romana, another off-road car had come with the judge on duty in it.
    Then, the judge ordered a face-to-face confrontation between the two beekeepers, and finally the judge stated Gabriel Aquino was right.

    Why these reports were probably fake? Was trying the police to build a official story to hide something who as a cover up?
    Why did Jose Sala tell such a lie? Was he pressured by police as the last witnesses of the three girls Jose Antonio Cano probably was coerced too? :s

    Finnally, according to Gabriel Aquino, he came back to La Romana hills with these two policemen in their road car. One of these policemen carried a bag.
    The last kilometre to hit La Romana is an unsurfaced road, then the road ends, so everyone trying to reach it by an off-road car must left the car for the benefit of doing the last 70 metres on foot instead by walking through wild grass.

    Once Gabriel Aquino and the two policemen who wore civilian clothes hit La Romana to check the finding, with the clandestine ditch still unearthed, the policeman who carried a bag gave him a pair of surgical gloves, then the policeman suggested Gabriel Aquino and the other policeman to get around to find anything.
    At that time, the policemen who remained beside the clandestine grave took a deep look between scrublands and found himself some clothes, just some coats and belts.
    'These clothes belong to the Alcàsser teenage girls!' the policeman shouted.

    Why the policeman gave surgical gloves to Gabriel Aquino, as he's not a policemen but a beekeeper?
    Why he claimed these clothes belong to the three girls without checking what is located inside the clandestine ditch?
    Being a policeman who had to know previously something about the three teenagers, such as the clothes they wore when vanished, why did he fail with the clothes that the three girls wore when vanished?





    http://webs.demasiado.com/elpalleter/qpa03.htm
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    27th January 1993 afternoon at La Romana hills.

    The beekeepers Gabriel Aquino and these two policemen wearing civilian clothes were waiting for the judge on duty to check and exhume the finding. As aforementioned, one policeman found some coats and belts between scrublands.


    Few minutes later, Gabriel Aquino found some small, broken pieces of paper on the soil, which were put together to read it. They realized it was a medical paper piece that indicate the date of entry to La Fe hospital, who belonged to Enrique Anglés. He is the brother of Antonio Anglés, who is the main suspect of Alcasser triple murders case according to the official story.

    Enrique Anglés allegedly was an under pressure accomplice of this crime within the earliest stages of the investigation, but police never found any hard evidences against him, so it was concluded that Antonio Anglés and Miguel Ricart were accompanied by an unknow person, according to the official story.
    Enrique Angles was a mischievous man as he lived in a troubled family, but he was never involved in any offense, although his brother Antonio Angles was previously arrested for twenty eight times, and imprisoned five times before Alcasser crime by drug, theft and robbery stuff.

    It's indeed hard to believe that these pieces of paper could remain stuck there from mid November to late January, being exposed at rain showers and strong wind.
    Thus, Gabriel Aquino said there was too much rain during the two previous months ending of 27 January, as he is a beekeeper man of the countryside
    who are often aware of weather conditions.
    So, did someone put these pieces of paper there on purpose?


    Two hours later, two off road cars of "Guardia Civil" police arrived separately from each other.
    They arrived sooner than the judge on duty car, who should be led in the journey by the another beekeeper, José Sala, to reach the fairly isolated wild place of "La Romana".
    How did these two police cars reach the remote area of La Romana without anybody's help?

    Let me emphasize that the road car of the two policemen who wore civilian clothes had no distinctive police marks according to what the beekeeper Gabriel Aquino said.
    Considering that between the place that Gabriel Aquino indicated to park the road car - driving by one of the policemen - to the human remains that were not accessible by most motor vehicles, (up untill today it continue in this state), there was more than 70 metres of wood.
    How did they reach on foot the human remains without getting lost there?

    One could think that since the very beginning the police was trying to conduct the investigation into the fake official story, as their work wasn't fair, but biased.

    After a while, finally the justice on duty arrived to La Romana hills, being led by the another beekeeper who is called José Sala.

    http://webs.demasiado.com/elpalleter/qpa03.htm
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    27th January 1993 at afternoon.

    Gabriel Aquino and the two policemen who wore civilian clothes had been waiting for almost three hours until the judge on duty arrived at 17:00 being led by José Sala, so the visual inspection began quickly before it got dark.

    According to the judicial assistant, there were found seventeen objects around the human remains:

    A white sock.
    A denim jacket, Liberto brand.
    A cotton T-shirt.
    A small binoculars inside a holster.
    A glove.
    Three belts.
    A hair spray bottle.
    A hair mousse bottle.
    An audio cassette tape of Antonio Machín.
    A medical drug package, Zantac brand.
    Two medical drug packages, Urbal brand.
    A dark red pair of wool socks.
    A bottle, Aután brand.
    A bottle of hair dye, Imedia brand.
    An empty tin of olives, as well as a video game.
    A piece of paper which apparently contains a name.


    This is what they had seen inside the grave:
    Firstly, seven things were found above the bodies.
    Two stones shrouded into a T-shirt. Two wooden logs; one of them being triangular-shaped, whilst the another one being rectangular-shaped with a rope attached to the end.
    A dark green jacket.
    A hand was found; some of the fingers had some skin in it, whereas some others appeared skinless.
    A body with its hands tied, with her head detached from the body and the upper body appeared quite decayed.
    There was a carpet which couldn't been taken out of the grave at that time, but later.
    Another head detached's body.
    The head of the first body.
    The head of the second body.
    The third body with her head hugely deformed.
    The carpet was removed out of the grave.
    The three bodies appeared wearing their own clothes.
    Finally, the forensic doctor took a visual inspection to concluded that there were found three bodies who belong to three female youngs.



    According to what one of the Civil Guard police officers wrote, there were huge contradictions with the previous one of the judicial assistant:

    There were founds twenty-three objects around there:
    A piece of paper.
    A black case containing binoculars, Tasco brand.
    Three belts.
    A blue glove.
    A pair of burgundy coloured socks.
    A white sock.
    A portable game machine, High Way brand.
    A white box containing some plasters.
    A package containing some medical drug pills, Zantac brand.
    A bottle for pest control, Autan brand.
    A hair mousse bottle.
    A hair spray, Sudanesa brand.
    Some cotton.
    Two packages of medical drugs, Urbal brand.
    A instruction manual for an audio cassette, General Electric brand.
    A bottle of hair dye, Imedia brand.
    A broken white plastic spoon.
    A denim jacket, Liberto brand.
    A pullover.
    An audio cassette tape of Antonio Machín.
    A motorcycle fairing sticker with the inscription 600 Super SP in it.

    There were also some huge contradictions with what the Civil Guard police had seen in the clandestine grave:
    The second body had not her left hand.
    The third body had not her right hand.
    The two stones shroulded into a T-shirt, the two wooden logs, the rope and a dark corduroy jacket all appeared under the bodies at the bottom of the hole.
    There was a dark brown carpet at the bottom of the grave.


    There were more huge contradictions between the people was there.
    According to what the worker of the funeral services said on justice court:

    One body was found without one hand.
    There was a blue carpet at the bottom of the clandestine grave.
    The clock that the two beekeepers had seen was not in plain sight emerging above the ground, but buried.



    Again more huge contradictions. This is what the first beekeepers, Gabriel Aquino, said on justice court:

    He did not see the stones, neither the two wooden logs, neither the dark green jacket.
    He did remember how the first body had her head detached, but he didn't recall if the another two bodies were led out being detached their heads.
    Nobody was there taking pictures of it.
    Nobody there was writing the alleged two reports of the Civil Guard police nor the one of thean judicial assistant.
    He didn't remember there was any forensic doctor.


    Why is there contradiction after contradiction?
    Looks like each one of them were in different clandestine graves or reporting different human remains!


    http://webs.demasiado.com/elpalleter/qpa03.htm

    Another strange thing happened nearby the clandestine grave that day. As all the Spaniard media coverage made a greal deal of it, some local journalist have tried to hit the clandestine grave to took some pictures of it. That's the way the local newspaper which is called as "Las Provincias" did that, but once there, those beekeepers and one policemen shouted at them moving themselves the way back. At least one of these journalist took a picture of it, in which in the foreground there is a person in a threatening position, and some people think that person could be Emilio Jambrina, a high-ranking Spaniard intelligence officer.
    Well, this conclusion was reached for some members users of these Spaniard forums I posted at the end of the first post, but whatever.
    Spaniard police never confirm nor deny the identity of that man.

    This was the odd picture:



    http://lawebdelassombras.blogspot.co...meneros-2.html

    Here a portrait picture of Emilio Jambrina. What do you think?:



    http://www.burbuja.info/inmobiliaria...-post1878.html
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    27th January 1993 at afternoon.

    Atonishingly, there was a crime scene photographer policeman, called Rivas, who did not take any picture of these stones or wodeen logs that where found in the clandestine grave.
    He also did not take any picture of the position that the three bodies had when unearthed in the grave, but outside.

    The two stones were lost by the Guardia Civil policemen, so it was a great loss because these two stones could have been examined later to know if they belonged to La Romana's environment or not.

    According to what the forensic doctor -called Ros - told in the justice court in 1997, the second body was skeletonized; the second and third bodies appeared there with all their hands, instead to the Civil Guard police report that was different.
    When he was narrating in the court the way they removed the corpses from the grave, he also told, as I quote: 'At that time, I had a clear instruction...'
    Given this quote, it would be worth to know if anyone had been ordering him some instructions about how to proceed there. Did a senior police officer advise him to hide the truth?


    As you can see, I've told you the way how the appearance of the corpses of the three girls was managed.
    Now I will tell you the story of how the arrest warrant of Miguel Ricart happeneed in the afternoon of that day, 27th January 1993.

    Once one member of the Civil Guard police found there some small, broken parts of paper from a medical prescription with the name of Enrique Anglés - one of the several brothers of Antonio Anglés - in it, he suddenly went to the police station to held a police raid at the Anglés family home.

    Please, mind that according to the judicial assistant there were not any broken pieces of paper around the clandestine grave.

    Why an alleged killer had carried a medical prescripction of his brother in its pocket to leave it there?
    How can some small pieces on paper remain there for more than two months without being blow away by windgusts or deteriorated by water damage because of rains? It does not make any sense!


    Once the police raid arrived at Anglés family home, who lived in a town called Catarroja, (just on the fourth floor at street Camí Real, number 101), the inhabitants of the house blocked the entrance, so one policeman went to the judge to got a court eviction to enter in their house.
    At that time, the other police officers stayed there surrounding the house to prevent nobody leave it.
    In that brief period of time, Antonio Anglés, (who allegedly was inside the house), fled after jumping from one of his windows.
    It is difficult to understand how he was able to jump nine mettres in a diagonal angle to the powder-coated roof located on the second floor, being at risk of having damage in his own legs.

    As the next image shows, this is how Antonio Anglés could allegedly fled home by doing a jump out from the windows coloured red to the coated roof coloured in blue:



    http://tecnicopreocupado.com/2014/03...-jason-bourne/

    Nobody who had read about this horrible crime trust that official history about Antonio Anglés fleeing home this way.

    Once Antonio Anglés supposedly jumped out and ran away without having been seen by those policemen that were surrounding the building, the police officer came back with the court eviction with the right to enter their house.

    So, there were four residents at the house:
    Dolores Anglés, (who is sister of Antonio Anglés, called often as "Kelly" as nickname).
    Jose Antonio García (who is Dolores Anglés' boyfriend).
    Enrique Anglés (who is a brother of Antonio Anglés).
    Neusa Martins (who is the mother of Antonio Anglés).
    Everyone of them always agreed before the judge that Antonio Anglés was there and jumped out before police entered the house.

    As the medical prospection paper located near the clandestine grave included the name of Enrique Anglés, he was arrested by the police as alleged murder, and he used his right to testify nothing.
    Dolores Anglés and Jose Antonio Garcia were also arrested for testify at the police station.

    Few minutes later, according tho what Miguel Ricart agreed before the judge, several persons came to the house. Miguel Ricart, Ricardo Anglés (who is a brother of Antonio Anglés) and Mauricio Anglés (who is another brother of Antonio Anglés).
    At that time, Miguel Ricart usually was living in Anglés family house because of bad relationships with its girlfriend.
    He said that there were some police cars, so he feared nothing so he entered to their house because he was not under warrant.
    Once Miguel Ricart entered to the house, he was inmediataly handcuffed backs to the wall.

    According to what Mauricio Anglés and Ricardo Anglés told before the judge, they were the tree persons that entered the house after police was already in the house.

    According to the police report, once they have entered their house looking for Enrique Anglés, the two brothers of Antonio didn't enter the house, but Miguel Ricart alone.

    Thus, other strange facts happened there:

    According to the written report of the Civil Guard police, the phone rang and then a nervous male voice sent a voice message to the answerphone, as follows:
    :'"*Kelly", I'm "*Ruben". Once you have arrived home, just tell "*the blonde" to go to the place where the motorcycle chain wheel and the motorcycle handlebar are located from, and told him to take two sleeping bags; also some Kellog's breakfast cereal and some milk which are located over the fridge as well, just as soon as possible. Bye!'

    * 'Kelly' is a nickname of Dolores Anglés, the sister of Antonio Anglés.
    * 'Ruben' is a nickname of Antonio Anglés. Antonio Anglés also had another nicknames like 'Asukiki' and 'Sugar'.
    * 'The blonde' is a nickname of Miguel Ricart as he usually had natural blonde hair, although it was known he dyed his natural blonde hair to black those days.


    The audio tape that contains this voice message was the only thing confiscated by the police at Angles family house that day.
    Accordind to this confiscated tape, this is what the male voice was saying in a calm way: 'Kelly, I'm Ruben, once you come tell the blonde to go to the place where the motorcycle chain wheel and the motorcycle handlebar are located from, and I need also the two sleeping bags, some Kellog's breakfast cereal and some milk located above the freezer; just as soon as possible. Bye!'

    Secondly, as Mauricio Anglés told before the judge four years later - even tough according to police report he didn't come to the house that day - he reported he had blonde hair but dyed to black later to avoid beign recognised since Miguel Ricart and himself have been robbery a bank few days ago. In fact, that's the reason Miguel Ricart turn its blonde natural hair to black.

    According to the police officer, the only person that came into the house once the investagitation had begun was Miguel Ricart, and its hair was blonde.
    Once the preliminary investigation finished, three persons were sent to the police station: Dolores Anglés, Jose Antonio García and Miguel Ricart, and the only one that remained free at the house was Neusa Martins.

    According to Mauricio Anglés, those who remained free at the house was himself, Ricardo Anglés and his mother Neusa Martins.

    Once in the police station, the first who testified was Dolores Anglés, who told Enrique Anglés has some mental disorders but also that he is not a dangerous guy.

    Meanwhile, Miguel Ricart was held in a isolated room, and at that time police began to check its own car (a white coloured Opel Corsa) without even been asked at police station.
    Once the car investigation finished, police began to suggest Miguel Ricart's car was used for kidnapp the three teenage girls, and that's the way police asked him in its preliminary police interrogation.

    After Miguel Ricart interrogation, when he said he still was imprisoned on 13th November 1992, (the day of the dissappearance of the three girls), police rang the prison to check if it was true or not, so the reply they receive was that Miguel Ricart was indeed imprisoned on 13th November 1992.

    Oddly enough, those policemen of Civil Guard didn't trust the reply they got from the prison and then some policemen moved to the jail, located near the city of Valencia, to check it again personally.
    Finally, they did come back to the police station with a writting report that shows that Miguel Ricart was not imprisoned on 13th November 1992, but free.

    So, twelve hours later of the appearance of the girls, two persons were under preventive arrest without having any strong evidence against them, nor even a weak evidence.
    Miguel Ricart will remain as a murder suspect forever, whilst Enrique Anglés would be sent out of prison few hours later.


    How could police commit such mistakes?
    Why the police acted as if they were rushing quickly to find a guilty without any warranties nor evidences against him?


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    28th January 1993. The three autopsies were performed, being the first the one of Antonia Gomez.

    According to the autopsy results, all these things were observed at first glance:


    The head was separated from the body.
    The arms were turned on back and her hands were tieds with elastic bandage.
    Her body was soaked in soil with few insects larvae.
    Her left forearm appears detached from the elbow with some lack of muscle mass too.
    Both left ribs and left shoulder were detached.
    Hole in the chest that was big enough to see the internal parts of her body.

    This is the list of the clothes that she wore:
    A light-coloured jacket.
    A light-coloured T-shirt.
    A white bras attached right.
    A pair of blue jeans attached right.
    Female pants as underwear.
    A brown belt attached right.
    A couple of purple socks.
    A pair of brown boots.
    A golden ring with turquoise stone in it.
    A silver-coloured watch.
    Eight coins.
    A pink lipstick.
    A piece of white elastic bandage with a red border in it.

    As you can see, the forensics have stated as one of her own clothes the white elastic bandage which kept her hands tied up!
    What a crazy statement!

    Later conclusions:


    The corpse did show an advanced level of decay.
    A large extent of skin around her neck and her breast was removed. The forensic doctors said it was by animal actions, whereas the rest of her skin was right, except her head, which appeared in a very high degree of skeletonization.

    What kind of animal is able to remove these specific parts of a buried corpse? These forensic doctors were never able to give a scientific explanation!
    Why these forensics were unable to explain how its head was highly skeletonized whilst the rest of the body didn't show skeletonization?


    Then, according to the forensic results, the forensics washed the body with water at a high speed without having been previously removed any larvae nor traces of mud coming from the clandestine grave, so by doing that they presumably destroyed some other evidences of the murderers such as traces of DNA, semen, hair, etc.
    The other two corpses were washed too.

    So, this is just a negligent work for forensic doctors! They have been deliverately obstructed the ongoing investigation by manipulating everything!


    Once the forensics began to wash Antonia Gomez's body, they noticed how her body had shown some injuries:

    A round bruise in the rear of the left arm measuring four centimetres both in lenght and width.
    A wound in the left wrist area which measures one and a half centimetre in width without any trace of bleeding.
    An eliptical bruise in the back of the right shoulder which measures ten centimetres in diameter.
    A prominent bruise in the upper right arm which measures four centimetres in lenght and 2 centimetres in width.

    A wound in the right wrist area which measures one and a half centimetre in width without any trace of bleeding.
    A round bruise located at 10th dorsal vertebra which measures three centimetres.
    A round bruise in the back of the left leg which measures one centimetre in diameter.
    A square bruise in the inner side of the left thigh.
    A prominent bruise in the front side of the left which measures eight centimetres in lenght and two centimetres in width.
    Many others small bruises around her back an both lower and upper extremities.
    An entry bullet hole in the head by a gunshot which had not exit hole.
    Traces of bleeding in the inner side of her right eye socket.
    Two incisors were removed from the upper jaw.
    One right premolar and one left premolar were removed from the lower jaw.
    Some traces of mineral grains in the incisors from the lower jaw which could have entered her mouth by having been previously buried in a calcareous soil.

    All of them were supposedly made by several objects which vary in their shape, form and consistency.
    Those wounds located on both wrists indicated low blood pressure, so her hands were presumably tied at few moments before dead, just within the dying process.
    The missing dental pieces could not be found in the clandestine grave nor around it.


    At that point, the forensics began to check the internal parts of the body.

    The inside of her head was just melted down as a fluid due to putrefaction.
    A bullet was found near the inner side of the right eye socket.
    Prominent traces of bleeding between the second and the fourth right dorsal vertebras.
    Six dorsal vertebras were found detached to the vertebral column.
    Heart and lungs were indistinguishable as they formed a meltdown fluid.
    Even tough most of the abdominal area did show an advanced degree of putrefaction, the stomach didn't show an advanced degree of decay at all; thus, they found a strange orange fluid in it.

    Everyone had expected from forensics working properly that such orange fluid have to be send for comprehensive analysis, but they didn't.

    Then, the forensic performed a genital exam:

    When she already died, someone raped her anus as a huge anal dilation could be made with an object that had not any sharp edges (as the inside of the anus was not injured).
    Her vaginal area was fine, so she did not lost her virginity.

    Then the forensic doctors remove and sent some samples for comprehensive analysis to the Toxicology Institute of Spain.
    These were the samples:

    Two pìeces of the right wrist.
    Both her left and right hand.
    A piece of perineal area.
    Her skull.
    Her underwear pants.

    Whitin the autopsy there was a Civil Guard policeman doing a photograph report.
    According to what the policeman told before the judge later in 1997, he only took those photos that those forensic doctors ordered him to do so.
    According to the forensic doctors, they told him nothing about the matter, so the policeman was free to did his photograph report the way he did want.

    Then, the forensics agreed that it would be useful to create a brief outline of all those pictures by choosing few of them, whilst the rest of the photos have to remain stored in a box.
    There were four persons taking pictures and neither of all those pictures were included in the case file.
    The Civil Guard police has filmed two videos as well, but were not included in the case file either.

    Finally, the forensics reached the conclusions listed below:


    It was a violent death by destruction of brain vital centres because of a gunshot entering the head at left temporoparietal level.
    The entry hole of the gunshot had eliptical morphology, measuring 1.3 cm and 0.9 centimetres. Its trajectory was from back to front, from left to right, slightly downward.
    It couldn't be determined the distance from which the gunshot was fired from, but likely at close range.
    The corpse did show many bruises everywhere.
    A huge anal dilation which was made when she already died.
    There were strong evidences that someone had tied their hands when she was suffering her dying process.
    The estimate date of death was two months ago or so prior to the date of autopsy.
    There was a lot of animal action in her body which caused that a large part of her skin over her breast was removed despite she had been buried.




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    The second autopsy was the one of Desirée Hernandez's corpse, so, according to forensics report, it was performed as explained below:

    The head was separated from her body.
    The lower jaw was separated from her head.
    She had her hands tied up.
    Right next to the body there was found a scalp mess that it couldn't be determined at first glance to whom do these scalp belonged to.
    Her body had some mud and few insects larvae as well.
    Her left hand was partially boneless, being its metacarpal bones scattered over there.

    This is the list of clothes that she wore:

    A blue wool jacket that has zip closed pockets.
    A light coloured T-shirt which appeared totally ripped on the front side, so there was a double knot in it.
    That T-shirt also had some holes and traces of blood in the back side, presumably made by a bladed weapon.
    A light coloured bras totally ripped on the front side.
    A pair of light blue jeans.
    A dark belt.
    White underwear pants with some green stripes in it.
    She had not socks.
    A pair of blue shoes with anti-odour insoles in it.
    A black quartz watch.
    Three coins.
    A pink lipstick.
    A thick rope.

    Why they kept insisting that the object that tied their hands was one of their own clothes?
    What a crazy statement!


    Once the corpse was naked, the forensics report continued as listed below:

    The body appeared with a high degree of putrefaction, whereas her skin was in aparent good conditions that didn't match with the rest of the body.
    The head was highly skeletonized and was separated from her body because of neck damage.
    Both left ribs and left shoulder were detached.
    There was a big wound in the chest that allows to see the internal parts of the corpse.


    Why was her skin in aparent good conditions in opposite to what they have found in the other two corpses?
    Why did they agree the head was detached by animal action when Desirée was found under the first body further deeper from the surface?
    Why was her head highly skeletonized as if she had been buried for more than a year instead of two months as forensics theories stated?

    Once Desirée Hernandez's body was washed with water at a high speed, the forensic found all those wounds listed below:

    A round bruise in the left elbow measuring 0,5 centimetres in diameter.
    Two round bruises located in the front side of the left thigh.
    A four-square bruise in the back side of the right leg measuring 1 centimetre in lenght and 1 centimetre in width.
    A prominent bruise in the front side of the right leg measuring 5 centimetres in lenght and 3 centimetres in width.
    A round bruise located in the front side of the right thigh measuring 1 centimetre in diameter.
    As happened earlier with the first autopsy, they agreed all of them were supposedly made by several objects which vary in their shape, form and consistency.

    Her hands were tied up when few moments before her death during her dying process.
    An entry hole was found in her head from a gunshot which had not exit hole.
    Her nose was broken. Even though there was not any exit hole by the gunshot, the forensic agreed the nose was broken because the bullet which hit the inner side of the nose at the end of its trajectory.
    There were traces of intense bleeding in the inner side of the right eye socket.
    Two low incisors were reported missing.
    Her left hand was reported missing.
    A bullet was found in the plastic bag in which the body was carried out - from the grave to the forensic facility - instead of inside her brain. Thus, there was stated that her nose had not any exit bullet hole.
    The inside of her brain was heavily decayed, which makes its inside a mess.
    Most skin of her back from the shoulders to the kidneys was missing.
    Most of her right breast was removed by a clean cut with few trace of bleeding, so it was determined it could happened immediately before she died.


    How those forensic doctors agreed on that most of her back skin was removed by animal action when the body has her own clothes without having any hole in the wool jacket nor in the back side of her T-shirt?
    Just nonsense!


    Then, the forensics performed a genital exam:

    A huge anal dilation was supposedly made upon her death or immediatly before her dying process, and some bruises were found in it.
    Both a bruise and an unknow small object measuring one centimetre were found in the internal parts of her vagina which couldn't be properly recognised at first glance.

    Why weren't they able to recognise that odd object?
    Why didn't they send it to comprehensive investigation later?


    Finally, the forensics reached the conclusions listed below:

    It was a violent death by destruction of brain vital centres because of a gunshot in the head at the occipital area.
    The entry hole of the gunshot has a round shape and measures 1 centimetre in diameter. Its trajectory was from back to front, from right to left, slightly downward.
    It couldn't be determined the distance where the gunshot was fired, but probably not at close range.
    There were too many bruises that suggests she was savagely tortured while being alive.
    A bruise located at the tenth dorsal vertebra matched with the ripped hole at the T-shirt.
    Most of her right breast was removed by a clean cut with a blade weapon.
    There were some traces of vaginal damage.
    A huge anal dilation was allegedly made when she already died.
    The estimate date of death was about two months ago or so prior to the autopsy.
    There were found some traces of mineral grains in the incisors at the lower jaw, which could point that she had previously buried inti calcareous ground.

    As you can see, as the investigation was putting forward, too many strange circunstances appeared that cast doubts upon the way the forensic doctors had been working and, by extension, the whole official story fall into unbelief.

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    Then, the third autopsy - the one that correspond with Miriam García - was performed by the forensics.
    At that time, one of those policemen that were taking pictures went outside and told the parents of the girls how the forensics were doing a bad job, so he requested them for another new autopsies with other forensics. The request got approval the next day, so the approval would imply another
    different forensic team being led by a renowned Spaniard forensic doctor who is called Luis Frontela.

    Anyway, the third autopsy - the one of Miriam García's corpse - was performed by the first forensic team, same than the two previous ones. It was performed as listed below:



    The head appeared separated from her body.
    The lower jaw is separated from her head as well.
    Right next to the body there was found a scalp mess that it couldn't be determined at first glance to whom do these scalp belonged to.
    Her right hand appeared detached from her body.
    Her right hand was reported missing.

    They stated that none of those scalp hairs could be send to comprehensive investigation, which seemed to be another fatal mistake.

    This is the list of all clothes that she wore:

    A blue jeans jacket that someone placed backwards in such a way that she couldn't undid by herself when alive.
    A white T-shirt.
    A white bras.
    A blue jeans.
    A white underwear pants which had a rusty stain because of the button's jeans.
    Her socks were reported missing.
    A pair of navy blue shoes with some fringes in it.
    A black watch with metal brazelet.
    A gold chain.
    Some coins.
    A ring marked by her own name.

    Upon the forensics naked her corpse, it continued as listed below:

    Her skin was in good conditions, except her head, her face and her rigth forearm.
    The inside of her body appeared with a high degree of putrefaction, even though some prominent bleeding evidences were found in her wrists that could indicates her hands were tied earlier, but then the captors dressed her by placing the jeans jacket upside down.
    The head was highly skeletonized and was separated from her body because the loss of muscles around her neck.

    Then they washed Miriam Garcia's body with water at a high speed, so it continued as listed below:

    There was a huge bruise in the dorsal left area, measuring 35 centimetres length and 15 centimetres width, supposedly made by hitting repeteadly with a blunt object.
    Two bruises in the front side of both thighs measuring 12 centimetres length and 6 centimetres width.
    A round bruise in the back side of left knee measuring 8 centimetres in diameter.
    Two rectangular bruises in the front side of both knees.
    A round bruise located in the back side of her left thigh measuring 10 centimetres in diameter.
    A round bruise near to the breastbone measuring 4 centimetres in diameter.
    A inlet hole was found in the left side of head from a gunshot, measuring 1 centimetre in diameter that had an exit hole as well.
    She had not any dental pieces in her upper jaw, except for both right first and right second molar.
    She had only lost her left cuspid in the lower jaw.
    Her head was not beaten, except for the gunshot, which is a different pattern concernig her two friends.
    Her dorsal vertebras were not beaten.
    Her two lungs were indistinguishable as they formed an compact liquid fluid, but her heart was in relatively good shape. :huh:
    There was a huge trace of liquid blood in the right side of the lung cavity at the background, measuring 25 cubic centimetres.
    Her liver, her spleen and her both kindeys were indistinguisable by a compact liquid fluid, whereas her gallbladder and her urinary bladder were in relatively good shape, being the last one empty.
    Her stomach was in relatively good shape and empty, except for a hard small object measuring 1 centimetre in diameter.


    The most difficult things to explain were those bruises she had in the backside of her knees. The forensics told nothing about how such bruises were made, but now other people think that those bruises only could make sense if she was dangling from her legs upside down.
    Many teeth were supposedly removed and missing; in fact, any of her missing teeth were found in the clandestine grave.
    Why they didn't give any explanation about the way her heart was found?
    What could be the explanation about the unequal putrefaction degree in her abdominal area?
    Why was the reason she had lot of blood in her lung cavity, which didn't match with have been buried for more than two months?
    What kind of small object was found in her stomach?
    Why did they ignore all those facts on their forensic report?


    Then, the forensics performed the genital exam as listed below:

    There was a huge anal dilation measuring 8 centimetres length and 6 centimetres width, with few wound in it.
    The entrance of her vagina had dilation with few traces of injury, although any trace of blood had been found there which could indicate that she had penetration when already died.

    Finally, the forensic explained the overall conclusions:

    It was a violent death by destruction of vital brain centres because of a gunshot.
    The entry hole was rounded-shape at the left occipital area, measuring 2 centimetres in diameter outside and 5 centimetres inside. Its trajectory was from back to front, from left to left, slightly upward.
    The exit hole was located at the right temporoparietal suture, measuring 1.2 cénit metros length and 1.1 centimetres width.
    It couldn't be determined at what distance the gunshot was fired from, but probably not at close range.
    There were found too many bruises that suggest she had been savagely tortured whilst being still alive.
    There was a bruise located at the tenth dorsal vertebra that match with the ripped hole at the T-shirt.
    Most of her right breast was removed by a clean cut of blade weapon.
    There were some traces of vaginal injuries presumably made after her death.
    There was a huge anal dilation with few wound damage in it.
    The estimate date of death was about two months ago or so before the date of autopsy.


    Another inconsistency was ignored by the forensic doctors, as she had not any trace of calcareus mineral grains between her teeth, which is a different pattern as to the ones of her two friends.
    It is also strange that the official story stated that two low-category thieves were guilty of such shocking triple murders even knowing that they were never guilty of violent crimes before.
    It makes no sense!




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