The trial for the murder of Nora Dalmasso is coming to an end and new elements emerge that had not been considered until now. One of them has to do with the only scientific evidence that was collected after the crime that occurred in the house of Villa Golf de Río Cuarto on the morning of November 25, 2006: the DNA of Marcelo Macarrón.

As the forensic expert Martín Subirachs expressed yesterday “the DNA places him at the scene of the crime” (to Macarrón), “but -he added- it does not mean that he is the material author”.

However, prosecutor Luis Pizzaro, who took the case to trial, did not include this element. Perhaps for this reason, defense attorney Marcelo Brito did not even ask the forensic doctor who was examining Dalmasso’s body as soon as the incident was known.