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    Spain - Diana Quer, 18, A Pobra do Caraminal, 22 Aug 2016 *Arrest*

    All of a sudden, the name of Denise Thiem pops up again in the Spanish press.

    A young woman from Madrid has gone missing from a small village near the Galician coast where she was on a holiday. The case is getting a lot of media attention, and some of the organizations involved in the searches are the same as those who were involved in the rastreos for Denise.

    La Voz de Galicia
    http://www.lavozdegalicia.es/noticia...08P28C8995.htm

    While hundreds of locals from Pontevedra supported the family of Sonia Iglesias so that her case may not be forgotten, we received confirmation that a young woman, Diana Quer has disappeared from A Pobra do Caramiñal where she was on vacation. Her parents and sister call out to not stop the pressure on the police. But her initial traces six days after she was last seen, cause much concern. Associations such as SOS Disappeared Galicia insist that the first 24/48 hours are crucial to direct the investigation and get the clarification of each case. Police errors usually happen there and then. How often it has happened that the security forces act by the book, they presuppose a possible getaway of a minor or a voluntary disappearance of an adult until signs require them to reconsider and thus initiate investigations that are two days late!

    In Galicia unsolved crimes with women as victims remain irking. María José Arcos, Elisa Abruñedo, Socorro Perez and, of course, Sonia Iglesias, are those most recalled. Instead, the crime of Denise Thiem was the recent exception that confirmed another feature of unresolved crimes: the lack of resources and personnel. When that was corrected as happened with American pilgrim (by pressure on Rajoy from Barack Obama) ... holy remedy !

    I hope that the case of this girl from Madrid will not enter into that shamefaced list that permanently reminds us that there really are no perfect crimes, only imperfect investigations.

    An estimated 14000 persons disappear each year in Spain. There is no official list of the number of persons who remain disappeared.
    Each year, one hundred cases remain unsolved.
    The odds are worst if an elderly person of 70+ goes missing. 46% of them are found deceased, another 46% are found alive and the remaining 8% are never heard of again.
    Source: http://www.elconfidencial.com/espana...iones_1254379/

    Until now, I never considered the search for Denise a positive exception, but apparently, that is what it was after all.
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    http://elpais.com/elpais/2017/04/21/...47_455947.html

    The disappearance of the 18-year-old madrileña while she was returning from local fiestas in A Pobra do Caramiñal, in the northwestern Galician province of A Coruña, in the early hours of August 22, 2016 will continue, for now, to be completely shrouded in mystery.

    What happened to Diana Quer? How is it possible that the massive media coverage of the case has not supplied even the smallest clue about her whereabouts? How can it be that not a single person has seen the woman since 2.40am on August 22 of last year? The judge admits that “there is evidence of non-voluntary disappearance” and has not ruled out that the youngster was the victim of “serious criminal acts.” But that dark trail has led nowhere...

    Quer was last seen at 2.40am in Paseo do Areal in A Pobra, when she was supposedly returning from the local fiestas to the vacation home where she and her family would spend the summer... The signal from her cellphone, which was found in October by a fisherman on a riverbank in Arousa, suggests that she got into a car at some point, either voluntarily or against her will. The fast movement of her phone signal has allowed investigators to deduce that she was traveling in a vehicle, but no other testimony backs this up.

    Her cellphone ended up in the sea, underneath the bridge of the freeway that leads to Taragoña, in Rianxo... Investigators have analyzed tapes from traffic cameras as well as the signal from the cellphones of 80 people who took the same route between 3 and 5am on August 22. And despite the intense searches there are no clues that allow for her steps to be traced beyond that viaduct.

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    Just fundación dead. Rest in peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by seopaula View Post
    Just fundación dead. Rest in peace

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    Just found dead. Sorry. Spanish dictionary


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    Quote Originally Posted by seopaula View Post
    Just found dead. Sorry. Spanish dictionary


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    https://politica.elpais.com/politica...46_242019.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by seopaula View Post
    https://politica.elpais.com/politica...46_242019.html


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    Killer tried to rape another Girl. She scaped. She called police with details like license plate and description. He was already poi and wife ****ed Up his aliby one year later. He finally confessed her remains. In a Will 5 km far from where she dissapeared.

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    The search for Diana Quer took a long expected turn last friday when a man and a woman tried to kidnap a young woman. She started to scream and managed to escape with the help of passers-by.

    The man and the woman were soon arrested. This arrest allowed the Spanish police to indentify a telephone, whose owner had remained unknown until then.
    During the disappearance of Diana Quer, this phone had travelled the same distance at the same time as the phone of the missing Diana Quer, but LE had never been able to identify the owner. It was determined however, that the person would have been a local.

    And then he tried again. At first, his wife declared that he had been at home with her on the night that Diana Quer disappeared. She recanted this on Saturday, stating that the man had not been at home with her.

    The man then led LE to the place where he had buried Diana's body: a deep well in a deserted factory in the region.


    https://politica.elpais.com/politica...rno_rsoc=TW_CM

    The Guardia Civil has located the body of Diana Quer, the young girkl from Madrid who disappeared in August 2016, after José Enrique Abuín Gey, alias El Chicle, collapsed and confessed to the crime. According to police sources, El Chicle, who was the main suspect in the crime and who has a history of drug trafficking and sexual assault, has pointed out to agents early in the morning the place where he hid the body, a well inside an old abandoned furniture factory in Rianxo, the municipality of A Coruña from which he is a natural and where he lives.
    El Chicle means 'bubblegum'.


    Rest in peace, Diana Quer. You were gone far too young. May your memory be a blessing.
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    SUSPECT 'EL CHICLE' ALLEGEDLY ABDUCTED DIANA QUER IN HIS WIFE'S CAR

    El Confidencial
    https://www.elconfidencial.com/espan...mujer_1499686/


    The investigators of the Central Operative Unit (UCO) of the Guardia Civil have not yet managed to put together all the pieces of the Diana Quer case, but they had been clear for weeks that one of them, perhaps the most important, was José Enrique Abuín Gey, alias' El Chicle', a small 41-year-old trafficker who lived with his wife and daughter at number 94 in the tiny Coruña parish of Outeiro. From the door of his house to the place where the young girl from Madrid disappeared that morning of 22 August 2016 there are only 16 kilometres, about 20 minutes by car, and the most logical route between both points runs millimetrically through the few clues that the Guardia Civil possessed during these 494 days durinmg their efforts to solve the most mediatic enigma of the last decade.

    El Chicle also fits the profile the agents were looking for. Between 35 and 45 years old, from the area, with a car, a sexual assault record and maybe also drug trafficking. He may never have killed anyone, but he knew how to do it. And he must have enough coldness to bear on his conscience the murder of a girl without showing in 16 months the slightest sign of repentance. They nailed it. Abuín is 41 years old, born and raised in the region, was tried for sexual assault and in 2007 he was arrested and convicted in Operation Piñata against drug trafficking. The Guardia Civil intercepted him in Lalín (Pontevedra) when he was transporting two kilos of cocaine in a car. In the last few months he had combined construction and shipyard work, painting hulls of the area's fishing boats. He had also earned income from poaching shellfish. His free time was spent partying and taking part in popular races. He was obsessed with running.

    The UCO has had to make a titanic effort to uncover his supposedly dark side. The agents soon discovered that el Chicle was at the fiestas of A Pobra do Caramiñal the same night that Diana disappeared. They even took his statement at the police headquarters, but with no further evidence against him and a long list of suspects, Abuin did not go beyond the status of a mere witness, like the dozens of people who were interrogated since the investigations began.

    The situation took a turn a few weeks ago. After unsuccessfully exploring other lines of investigation, the UCO returned to the steps of el Chicle and began to put the puzzle together. He hadn't only been in A Pobra the night Diana vanished. His wife's car, a grey Alfa Romeo, also matched the description given by several witnesses of the vehicle with which the girl was allegedly abducted. The agents verified that the vehicle was actually in the municipality. In addition, if el Chicle had wanted to go after the kidnapping to the area he knew best to commit the crime in a safe environment, he would have traveled necessarily through the same places where the young woman's mobile phone gave a signal.

    (...)

    The UCO had been following his trail for weeks, but his arrest was rushed this Friday after a young woman from Boiro denounced that el Chicle tried to kidnap her on Monday 25 December. The girl told the next day that the suspect tried to steal her cell phone and put her in the trunk of his car. Luckily, she was able to escape and is alive to tell the tale, but the episode forced the arrest of Abuin earlier than expected. Although the agents had long been convinced that he was the main suspect involved in Diana's disappearance, they wanted to get more additional leads to reinforce his connection with the facts.

    The good news is that the case of Boiro may have made this extra effort unnecessary. The investigators thought from the beginning that the perpetrators must have been at least two people. A single one would not have been able to intercept Diana, force her into a car, take her mobile phone, drive with her for 20 minutes inside and throw her phone into the water from the Taragoña bridge with the vehicle on the road. They had el Chicle but lacked another accomplice. However, if the facts occurred as reported by young lady from Boiro, the main suspect could have acted alone. He would only have had to put Diana in the trunk of the Alfa Romeo to set course, with his hands free and his attention on the road, towards the area of the Barbanza region where he felt most comfortable.


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