About three months ago, on April 27, two girls disappeared with his father in Tenerife. The time confirmed the worst of the disconnect scenarios of her mother and commotion of the country. Olivia, six, and Anna, one and a half, had died at the hands of Tomás Gimen. The oceanographic vessel Angels Alvariño managed to recover the body of the greatest of the sisters but not that of the little one or the murderer of her, which lie at the bottom of the sea. This tragic outcome unveiled among the population a type of crime, that of the Violence Violence in which man damages the children of him to send the woman a blow and extreme pain that accompanies him forever. During this hard trance, Joaquín Amills, of sos disappeared, became a spokesman for the family. In an interview in Almeria today. It reveals some shocking data from this case and warns that in Spain "there are now 40 minors disappeared by parental subtraction."
Amills trace a clear profile of those individuals, who do not "become this type of abuser overnight." "Insults and threats are symptoms that we should not subtract important, because they are always the prologue of the worst. Training always, and go to the police and courts," calls for "Learning to unmask all the 'Tomás Gimeno' that exist".
They are not mentally ill and they do not have any remorse for what they do, he says. "In Spain there are now 40 minors disappeared by parental subtraction, that is, because they have taken them one of the two parents. At this time we do not know if they are alive or dead. There are also around 300 that went with their father or mother To another country, generally from Eastern Europe, and have not returned. In those situations, the blackmails allow a quarter of an hour by videoconference in exchange for money. It is a scalp very widespread, unfortunately, in all the world. It is necessary to understand the rights of children, and that they are not owned by anyone. "
On the death of Olivia and Anna, Joaquín Amills recognizes that it was an end that "feared" but "harbored the hope of discovering the murderer". Next to the tear that is felt, there is a certain state of "peace that has contributed the certainty that the subject capable of perpetrating such an execrable crime is dead."
In the first moments of the research, Tomás Gimeno was presented as a good father for a "strategy" issue, he explains: "The psychologist elaborated a psychological profile of Tomás and advised at first, when there was still a possibility that the Girls were alive, appealing to their heart. That meant avoid revealing how scoundrel it was. " It was "a narcissistic subject, childhood behavior and cheat. For him, win was the most important thing, and he always celebrated the triumphs of him ashamed the loser. I never wanted to admit to lose. For him, the girls were of the property of him ".
And gives an example of his "evil", typical of a "depraved" being. He sent Beatriz an "last memory": he made little Olivia recorded an audio commissioning her mother pick up some pictures of her. At that time, he says, he murdered the two daughters of her.
Amills assures that Tomás Gimeno "had it foreseen it from the beginning, and it was clear that he had to do it at a point where he was never found or his girl, because his goal was Beatriz's suffering." She, she says, is a "very special" person, unable to "harbor hate, although she is broken in a million pieces."Date Of Update: 25 July 2021, 18:30