Jorge Ignacio Palma.


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Jorge Ignacio Palma.

The mother of the alleged murderer of Marta Calvo This Thursday he has accepted his right not to testify before the head of the Court of Instruction number 20 of Valencia by videoconference from Palma. The woman arrived at the Vía Alemania Courts in the Balearic capital at around 9 o’clock, and in her remote appearance before the investigating judge, she chose not to testify against her son Jorge Ignacio Palma placeholder image, main suspect of killing and dismembering the young Valencian woman in the town of Manuel (Valencia) in 2019. After refusing to testify and waiting for an hour in the corridors of the courts, the mother of the alleged murderer of Marta Calvo has left the judicial building wearing sunglasses and a mask and has left by taxi at 11 am. On October 14, the judge responded to the woman’s request to testify from Palma, the city in which she resides, considering it justified for “economic reasons and burdensome displacement” and agreed to postpone her statement for this Thursday. The instructor had summoned her as a witness on October 5, at the request of the private accusations, to answer the questions that the parties had formulated about her visit to Valencia in the days after the young woman’s crime, considering that He could have covered up his son. This statement was requested by the lawyers of the private accusations, Pilar Jové and Juan Carlos Navarro, and agreed by the investigating judge to the third, since he had rejected it on two occasions