The accused of killing the nurse said he only remembers getting drunk

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"My beautiful chubby, why did you leave me, how am I going to miss you, give me enough strength to keep fighting, enlighten us from heaven, surely God needed an angel in heaven, but why did you? All I ask is that the one who made this aberrant crime pay and that it doesn't happen to any of us anymore. How will I miss you !!!!", published Silvia Gareca (50) in her social networks to say goodbye to her daughter. She also spread the call for a march for this Wednesday in San Nicolas to demand justice.

Silvia is the mother of Daiana Almeida (30), the nurse killed this Thursday in San Nicolas.

For the femicide they arrested the mason Miguel Angel Nievas (32), who was investigated by "illegitimate deprivation of aggravated liberty, homicide criminis causa, homicide aggravated by gender-based violence and sexual abuse followed by death".

Nievas refused to answer questions before prosecutor Ariel Tempo, in charge of the investigation, but said that "he just remembers that last Wednesday, he left work on a construction site in the afternoon, he went to his sister's house and he drank alcoholic beverages until he got drunk"as published Telam.

Transfer of the accused of killing the nurse Daiana Almeida, in San Nicolas. JUAN JOSE GARCIA PHOTO
Transfer of the accused of killing the nurse Daiana Almeida, in San Nicolas. JUAN JOSE GARCIA PHOTO

This man worked in a construction site right in front of the San Felipe de San Nicolas Hospital, where Daiana worked as a nurse. From there he left during the first minutes of Thursday to return home.

The security cameras that detected her last movements took her on her red motorcycle arriving at her home, followed closely by another moped.

The main hypothesis of the researchers is that Nievas followed her, intercepted her in the corner of the property and forced her to go to an open field in the Molino Santa Clara area, north of San Nicolas, on the border with Santa Fe.

Once there, he would have tried to abuse her and killed her.

Daiana Almeida's mother, in the wake her daughter. Photo: JUAN JOSE GARCIA

Daiana Almeida's mother, in the wake her daughter. Photo: JUAN JOSE GARCIA

On Thursday, as she did not return, her family started looking for her desperately. Daiana's body was found when they saw someone taking her motorcycle and declared where she had found it.

"It was a sexual attack that he could not consummate because the victim came to defend himself. At the autopsy, defensive injuries such as cuts in the arms and hairs on the hands were detected, "explained the prosecutor.

"Beyond the opportunity to take something from the victim, the main motivation seems to be the sexual attack. On the scene was the victim's wallet with money and did not steal the motorcycle," he added.

Daiana Almeida was killed in San Nicolas.
Photo: JUAN JOSE GARCIA

Daiana Almeida was killed in San Nicolas.
Photo: JUAN JOSE GARCIA

The couple of the main suspect was the one who called 911, scared because the man would have confessed to Daiana's crime after arriving drunk Thursday morning. Thus, they arrived at their house on Ameghino Street in 1800 and found the victim's watch, blood-stained pants and burnt clothing at the bottom of the house.

With these elements they asked for his arrest warrant, but the suspect just turned himself in on Friday, around 8 p.m., while a massive march was taking place in downtown San Nicolas, asking for justice for the fact.

"The suspect has a record for a homicide with a modus operandi similar to the one I am investigating, committed with a knife, and also causes for sexual abuse", said Tempo.

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"My daughter was a special person, so sweet, so kind. She was a therapy nurse at the San Felipe hospital and his job was to save people's lives. God wanted me to take it, I know that from heaven it will enlighten us, it will give us strength. I want justice so that this son of a bad mother, after having robbed him, I don't know what he wanted to do, to pay for what he did. He didn't deserve to end up like this, he had a life ahead of him, plans to get married next year, to be a mother, "Silvia told the channel We are San Nicolas.

According to statistics from the Now That You See Us Observatory, until October 31 there were 275 femicides in the country. In that last month 25 crimes were committed and, on average, they estimate that a woman is murdered every 26 hours.

In the last ten years in Argentina there is an average of one femicide every 30 hours. According to statistics from the Office of Domestic Violence of the Supreme Court, only in 2018 were 278. Most of the murders occur in the homes of the victims and are committed by couples or ex.

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