The families of the Aguilar girls resort to the Hearing the investigation file

The families of the girls from Aguilar de Campoo who disappeared thirty years ago in Reinosa are going to appeal to the Provincial Court of Palencia the provisional dismissal of the investigation into the disappearance of the two minors decreed by the Court of First Instance and Instruction number 2 of Cervera from Pisuerga.

The families of the Aguilar girls resort to the Hearing the investigation file

The families of the girls from Aguilar de Campoo who disappeared thirty years ago in Reinosa are going to appeal to the Provincial Court of Palencia the provisional dismissal of the investigation into the disappearance of the two minors decreed by the Court of First Instance and Instruction number 2 of Cervera from Pisuerga.

This has been transferred to Europa Press by the legal representatives of the relatives of Virginia Guerrero and Manuela Torres, who were last seen alive on April 23, 1992, when they made a hitchhike to return from Reinosa to Aguilar, where they lived.

The relatives' lawyers have decided to file an appeal before the Palencia Court to "not spend more efforts" in the Cervera Court, from which they believe they will not "get anything else", since they have agreed to dismiss provisional investigation, at the request of the Prosecutor's Office.

They believe that not all the procedures that should be carried out have been carried out, not even with the new lines of investigation initiated after the reopening of the case a year ago, which was under summary secrecy for almost six months.

Thus, the families, who have been waiting for "thirty years", are willing to continue and go "as far as necessary", even more so if one takes into account that before the case was reopened they had presented some thirty proceedings - to which the Clara Campoamor Association, which exercises popular accusation, joined - and all were denied. In this way, they understand that "there are many loose fringes" and "unclarified things".

The provisional dismissal of the investigating judge -and that the families are going to appeal to the Court- is a declaration of judicial will that puts an end to the process on an interim basis, due to lack of the necessary budgets to decree the opening of the oral trial. In this case, as the author or authors of the disappearance of the minors were not found or there are not sufficient reasons to accuse someone.

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