The trial for the crime of Nora Dalmasso, committed in 2006 in Río Cuarto and for which the widower Marcelo Macarrón is accused, will continue this Thursday. In today’s session, various scientific tests will be included by reading, which will then be explained to the jury by different professionals.
For this reason there are no witnesses summoned for this day of oral debate, as reported by the 1st Chamber. of the Crime that is in charge of the prosecution process with popular juries.
Marcelo Macarrón is the only accused
The oral debate for the femicide of Nora began on March 14 last and in it Macarrón is judged for the crime of “qualified homicide by the link, by treachery, and by price or remuneration promise in an ideal contest.”
Prosecutor Luis Pizarro, the last one to investigate and bring the case to trial, considered that the crime that occurred on the morning of November 25, 2006 in a house in the Villa Golf neighborhood of Río Cuarto, could have been motivated by “marital disagreements and economic”, and requested that it be investigated in the context of gender-based violence.
According to the accusation brought forward by prosecutor Julio Rivero, Macarrón “planned to kill his wife Nora Dalmasso with unidentified persons,” for which he provided “the murderer with the keys or the intelligence to enter without forcing the lock.” of the house, information and movements, and ensuring a space of time in which she was alone, without any other member of the family”.
Source: Puntal Newspaper – Río Cuarto
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