Two forensic doctors declare this Tuesday at the opening of the ninth week of the trial for the crime of Nora Dalmasso (51), which occurred in November 2006 in the city of Córdoba, Río Cuarto, and will present the studies and conclusions of the autopsy carried out on the woman, informed judicial sources.
The witnesses called to testify before the popular jury and the technical trial court are Martín Subirachs, one of the three forensic doctors who participated in the autopsy, and Mario Vignolo, who collaborated in the analysis of the autopsy protocols.
Marcelo Macarrón is the only accused
The doctor Marcelo Macarrón, a widower from Dalmasso, is the only accused and faces charges for the crime of “qualified homicide by the link, by treachery and by price or promise of remuneration in an ideal contest”, which contemplates the sentence of life imprisonment.
The prosecutor’s accusation maintains that presumably a few months before November 25, 2006, Macarrón “in a criminal agreement with people not yet identified by the investigation, instigated the crime of his wife due to marital disagreements.”
It adds that while the defendant was in the Uruguayan city of Punta del Este participating in a golf tournament, between 8:00 p.m. on November 24, 2006 and 3:15 a.m. on the 25th, at least one person entered Nora’s house, in Villa Golf neighborhood of the city of Río Cuarto, describes the accusation.