The first report of the autopsy to Esther López finds the cause of his death, but he still does not throw light on how he occurred and if he had a homicidal nature or, on the contrary, he was accidental. The 35-year-old woman suffered a hypovolemic shock for which she died the early dawn in which she disappeared, the forensics say after a first exam.
Esther had an internal hemorrhage and the four doctors who have practiced him autopsy have found trauma in the abdomen, thorax and head, as needed sources close to research. What is still to be seen is whether those internal wounds were provoked or occurred, for example, by a fortuitous fall.
The autopsy also tries to determine if the body of the woman, who appeared in a gutter next to the entrance road to transpinedo (Valladolid), was there from the day of his disappearance or was recently transferred.
The first results of the forensic analysis of the body of the woman who transcended yesterday spoke of internal signs of violence, understanding "violence" as all death that is not natural.
Today, the study is more exhaustive and already establishes the cause of death.
Now, the researchers of the Civil Guard are focused on rebuilding the last hours of Esther to try to determine what happened at dawn on January 13 and the degree of involvement, if there is, of the people that agents are investigating. The first one is Ramón C., Alias El Handyman, unique accounted for by the judge and with police background by, among other things, drug trafficking. The Esther phone signal was lost near her house. The agents recorded the chalet and her car and found nothing against her. The judge released him with charges.
The investigation has also stopped in Esther's friends - the Carolo and Óscar - the last two people with whom he was. The latter has changed the version of it up to three occasions.Date Of Update: 08 February 2022, 04:29