Femicide René Maltez sentenced to 30 years in prison

Femicide René Maltez sentenced to 30 years in prison

René Alexander Maltez Rivas was sentenced to 30 years in prison for the femicide against the medical student Cheyling Rachelly Munguía, whom the subject murdered on June 7, 2021.

The 22-year-old had confessed to the crime at a trial hearing held on January 12, in which he told the court that he would admit the facts of his own free will. The forensic doctor declared that the young woman had several stab wounds to her neck, in addition to numerous blows to her face, arms and other parts of her body, which shows the cruelty on the part of Maltez.

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According to the sentence, Maltez Rivas committed the crime at his home, located in the Monte Cielo residential complex, in the municipality of Nindirí. The court file reveals that a month before committing the crime, the accused had beaten Rachelly Munguía, 21, with whom he had a courtship. After the attack, the victim decided to end the relationship with her victimizer.

Rachelly Munguía is a medical student at UNAN-Managua. Photo: Taken from their social networks

This situation led Maltez to look for the student to apologize “and promised to change her bad behavior,” the accusation says, but four months later she carried out the violent act, taking advantage of the fact that Munguía was sleeping.

The accusation reports that after committing the crime, the aggressor proceeded to wrap the body in sheets and black plastic bags to transfer it to the bathroom with the intention of evading justice and hiding the evidence, he also proceeded to clean the room.

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Munguía was in his fifth year of medicine at the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua (UNAN-Managua) and after completing general medicine, he aspired to obtain a specialty in oncology.

In 2021, the total number of femicides, according to the Catholic organization for the Right to Decide, was 71 murdered women. The organization also reported that during the past year 140 women survived the attack of their aggressors, these are considered as femicides in degree of frustration.

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