From “high risk”. That is the valuation of the Viogenic system that the Family and Women Unit (UFAM) of the Higher Police Headquarters of Aragon determined after analyzing the alleged case of sexist violence for which the Socialist councilor (temporarily expelled from the party) was arrested last Saturday in the Zaragoza City Council, Ignacio Magana. The alleged perpetrator of the events for which he was arrested has not yet testified for being hospitalized with heart problems, although he “categorically denied them” through a statement issued by his defense attorney, Carlos Fuertes.
The police investigators reached this conclusion in the Viogén system after interviewing the complainant and taking the questionnaire established by the Ministry of the Interior. They rated as “mild” psychological violence suffered by the wife; from “very serious” physics and conclude that “in the last six months there has been a increased escalation of attacks or threats“They add the use of a knife and that there has been no forced sex or existence of threats / plans aimed at causing harm to the victim.
Regarding the characteristics of the suspect, they highlight, from the woman’s account, that in the last six months “she has shown exaggerated jealousy, control behaviors, harassment, produced material damage and aggression to animals”, among other issues.
All this is what led the magistrate of the Court of Instruction number 9 of Zaragoza yesterday to agree on a Restraining order in parallel to the release of Magaña. He was summoned this Monday for a speedy trial, although the head of the Court of Violence against Women number 2 of the capital agreed to postpone it due to the mayor’s state of health.
“He went to the kitchen, took a knife, putting it to my chest and telling me that over his corpse he was going to come out of there”
The facts why Magaña was arrested on Saturday they did not take place that day but earlier. In fact, curiously, it was he who called the 091 room to ask for help “because his ex-partner kept ringing the doorbell of the house,” as stated in the report to which has had access to El Periódico de Aragón. When the agents arrived they found the woman and Magaña, who explained to them that she was in the process of separation, that the address belongs to both of them and that she wants to enter but that she is not going to leave him until the police are present. ”
She pointed out to the patrol of the Citizen Security Brigade of the Police that, indeed, they were in separation proceedings and that they have a lawyer in common by means of which they had agreed that he was going to come to the house that day to collect the belongings because the situation was “unsustainable.” It is at that moment when the woman’s brother, who was accompanying him, urged him to tell what had happened previously. She agrees saying that what happened “is not an isolated event.” Wednesday was the last discussion and subsequent assault.
“He turned off the television and told me that I had no right to watch it because he paid for everything, while he took away my documentation, credit cards, mobile and house keys”
“He turned off the television and told me that he had no right to watch it because he paid for everything, while he took away my documentation, credit cards, mobile and house keys,” recalled the complainant, who stressed that that same day closed a drawer when she had her hand in it, injuring her finger. But it would not have been the only one according to this neighbor of Zaragoza. On another occasion, she was walking around the house barefoot and he allegedly stepped on her, causing a bruise.
The most serious episode and in which she felt “the most fear”According to the statement, it would have happened last winter when he wanted to leave the family home. “Ignacio reacted aggressively by pushing me against the bed, preventing me from moving by grabbing my neck. He went to the kitchen, took a knife, putting it on my chest and telling me that over his corpse he was going to come out of there. ”
The woman already told UFAM that Magaña “he gets like a beast” and that in an argument “he even kicked the cat, throwing it a few meters.” He is not forgotten either, and so he made it clear to the agents that He even threw his father’s ashes on the floor and broke several pieces of furniture.
Beyond these episodes, the woman claimed to feel “annulled” because she controlled her cell phone and even what she saw on television. One day he allegedly threw the suitcase out the window.
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.