Updated 04/28/2021 9:54 AM
Samuel Llanos (40), the bodybuilder arrested for the femicide of Analía Maldonado, received a beating at the police station that he had been staying in since his arrest.
As confirmed by sources in the case to
, the accused of femicide ended up with a
and severe multiple trauma.
"He also suffered some minor cuts, he has bruises in both eyes and a bruised lower lip," they added.
After the attack, Llanos was transferred to Penal Unit No. 49 in Junín, a warden that houses prisoners temporarily until they are transferred to other prisons.
You will have, by protocol, 14 days of isolation in that same place.
As a result of the attack, the defense of Llanos will ask that the accused be housed in a pavilion in which he is protected from future beatings.
The bodybuilder has been in custody since last week.
He was arrested in Luján, hours after Analía Maldonado's body was found on a burned rural road.
Samuel Llanos was arrested in Luján, after spending more than 48 hours on the run.
The main hypothesis of the investigators is that Llanos beat his partner and then
suffocated her to death
To hide what he had done, he discarded the body.
To escape, he took Analía's car and also the money that the victim had in his house: according to the investigators, he stole
200 thousand pesos and 1,500 dollars
Analía's femicide shocked Los Toldos, a city of 13,000 inhabitants where she had a beauty salon.
His family reported him missing on Sunday, April 18.
The body was found two days later.
By that time the defendant had already escaped.
Llanos, father of three children, had
seven complaints of gender violence
in the Junín Justice.
The causes were due to gender violence, family violence, minor and serious injuries, and sexual abuse.
All began between 2009 and 2020. He was not convicted or brought to trial for any of them.
Analía Maldonado (40) and her partner, Samuel Llanos (40), accused of the femicide.
A short relationship, with a tragic ending
The relationship with Analía had begun less than a year ago.
They quickly went to live together.
Neighbors of the house where they lived provided a key piece of information at the beginning of the investigation: between the night of Saturday the 17th and Sunday the 18th, screams were heard in that house.
José was one of those who contributed his testimony.
“Unfortunately I was the one who heard her last cry.
The only cry from Analía was 'No, no, no'.
I waited for him to say 'don't hit me', but no other word was felt, "said the neighbor in dialogue with
José said that it was his wife who began to hear noises around 2:40 on Sunday in the house where Analía and Llanos lived together.
“After hearing her scream I got up but it was too late.
The screams lasted a second and I think it was the end of it, "he remarked.
After that, he pointed out that he felt "like someone was being dragged" through the yard, as he heard the noises of leaves.
"I guess something happened.
Later I felt a motorcycle and I thought that Analía could escape because I did not hear anything else.
Later I heard his screams (for Llanos) but I didn't pay attention to him ”, he indicated, adding that“ he screamed like Tarzan, they were like screams ”.
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