Beatriz Zimmerman, the mother of little Anna and Olivia, has sent a statement through her spokesperson Joaquín Amills to all possible institutions, starting with the Royal House, so that the search for Anna and the murderer, Tomás Gimeno, does not cease. It is a plea in which the reasons are argued for the work of the ship ‘Ángeles Alvariño’, which in principle will conclude tomorrow, Thursday, to continue.
The statement has been sent to the Presidency, to the Interior, to Equality, to Justice, to the General Directorate of the Civil Guard, to the Government Delegate in the Canary Islands, to the Spanish Institute of Oceanography, to the Island Council, to Tenerife, to all parties with parliamentary representation and other administrations.
On April 27, the little six-year-old Olivia and one-year-old Anna were kidnapped by their father Tomas Gimeno, who according to the order of the Court of First Instance of Instruction No. 3 of Guimar were murdered the same day by their father and thrown their bodies into the ocean and ballasted at a depth of 1,000 meters, he says.
Thanks to the work of the Civil Guard and the professionals of the Angeles Alvariño ship displaced from Vigo for this search, the lifeless body of little Olivia was found on June 10, the statement continues. “Presumably, the empty bag that was next to Olivia contained Anna’s body, which, due to its breakage, was not found. We assume according to the aforementioned order that Tomas Gimeno ended his life at dawn on April 28, weighing his body in the ocean, in locations that the Civil Guard investigation has projected.
After explaining the contents of the car, they indicate that in order to close this horrible crime it is necessary to “find the body of little Anna and her murderer.” They add that the cessation of the search “leaves us perplexed and anguished” as does the entire Spanish society as well as outside our borders “who share with the family the pain for such a cruel sexist act, ending the lives of two innocent girls just to inflict maximum pain on the mother. ‘
The mother begs, that is the term used, through Amills, president of SOS “That the search for Anna and her alleged murderer Tomas Gimeno does not cease until all areas of their possible locations are fully and exhaustively reviewed and thus endorsed by the Civil Guard investigators”. Neither work, economic or technical commitments, those are inadmissible.
The statement concludes with something that is evident: the family will not rest in peace “until they recover the body of the little girl and especially that of the alleged murderer” and adds that if that did not happen It would be an added pain, anguish and horror in this case to the victim who is Beatriz Zimmerman at the remote idea that such a monster is still alive.
George is Digismak’s reported cum editor with 13 years of experience in Journalism