Two police officers and a relative of Nora Dalmasso, the 51-year-old woman murdered on November 26, 2006 at her home in the city of Rio Cuarto in Cordoba, will testify today at the fourth and last hearing this week in the trial follows her husband Marcelo Macarrón (62) as the alleged instigator of the crime.
Santiago Gatica and Sergio Liendo are two police officers who, along with other officers, were the first to enter the victim’s home when they reported the discovery of the body by telephone.
In both cases, they must describe details of what the crime scene was like, the position of the body, the kidnapped elements, the records made and the people who participated in the operation.
In addition, for today’s hearing, which will begin at 9, he was also summoned Néstor Suárez, Nora’s brother-in-law, who had come to the house once he found out about the crime.
This week the accused Macarrón and his children Facundo (34) and Valentina (30) declared.
Starting next week, three hearings will be held, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., it was reported from the court of the Criminal and Correctional Chamber of 1st Nomination of the Cordoba city of Río Cuarto.
In this judicial process with a popular jury, the only defendant is Marcelo Macarrón, for “homicide qualified by the link, by treachery and by price or remuneration promise, in an ideal contest.”
There are around 300 witnesses summoned for the trial.
The main file has 34 bodies, with more than 7,000 pages and eight exhibits of evidence and numerous actions.