She had an anti-panic button and feared for her life and that of her three children: her ex-partner stabbed her to death

She had done everything right. She had separated, had filed a complaint with the Justice for gender violence, had an anti-panic button and took care of her three children. But he could not prevent his femicide. A 28-year-old girl was stabbed to death at dawn this Saturday by her ex-partner and father of two of her three minor children, who attacked her on public roads, in the General Paz neighborhood of the city of Santiago del Estero.

This was reported by neighbors who helped the woman without success. The victim was identified as Rita Daiana Chazarreta. According to the witnesses, the 28-year-old girl was surprised by her ex-partner, recognized as Antonio Jimenez (29). The man violated the prohibition of approach and attacked his ex-partner with knives at 1 in front of the woman’s house.

Immediately, the alleged femicide fled into a hilly area, while some neighbors arrived at the scene who heard Chazarreta’s screams and later gave their testimony to the authorities.

The women called the police station and the “Dr. Ramón Carrillo” Regional Hospital. A few minutes later, a patrol car and an ambulance arrived at the site, in which the victim was taken to the health facility, where he lost his life as a result of his injuries, sources quoted by ElLiberal.com.ar reported.

Those spokesmen reported that the alleged femicide had carried out several acts of violence against the mother of his children, for which the Justice had ordered a restriction and the victim had been assigned the anti-panic button.

Police from the Homicide and Complex Crimes Division, a forensic doctor and agents from the 2nd, 9th and 49th police stations worked at the scene, under the orders of prosecutor Diego Cortés.

At 6 in the morning, at the headquarters of the Public Prosecutor’s Office, the alleged femicide turned himself in and stated that he was the author of the crime., as reported by NuevoDiarioWeb.com.ar.

Finally, Jiménez was transferred to the Homicide and Complex Crimes Division.

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