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This Mexican woman traveled to another country for love and ended up disfigured and without organs on a beach. The alleged murderer of her feels "humiliated"


They met through a video game. She went to Peru to meet him and she ended up dead. A silver ring was key to the police, who are now on alert for a letter from the detainee.

They came into contact through a video game and began a relationship.

She traveled to Peru to meet him and four months later her body was found on a beach in Peru.

On Tuesday the Peruvian authorities ordered nine months of preventive detention against him.

The Peruvian medical student

Juan Pablo Villafuerte, 37,

is accused of the femicide of the Mexican

Blanca Olivia Arellano Gutiérrez, 51,

according to the Peruvian Prosecutor's Office on Tuesday through the social network Twitter.

Villafuerte is a suspect in the disappearance and death of Arellano, who arrived on July 27 to meet him, according to his niece Karla Arellano, who had asked for help online on November 12 to locate "one of the most loved people and important in his life".

“They had a long-standing relationship online.

As the months passed, my aunt told me that she was happy, she was calm and that their relationship was going very well, ”she recounted.

“Monday, November 7, was the day that for most of us who know her, she stopped having contact on social networks.

I decided to contact Juan P since he was the only contact she had in that country and that is where our fear was triggered, ”she continued.

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The woman assured that he told her that her aunt had left for Lima to return to Mexico because he "could not give her the life she wanted."

The family asked the Mexican embassy for help, which contacted the Peruvian police and prosecutor's office, according to the newspaper La República.

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They met through the video game Fornite, according to the newspaper El Universal.

Once in Peru, both lived in an apartment in Huacho, in the department of Lima, according to the newspaper.

Arellano's relatives reported him missing on November 7, two days before fishermen found human remains on a beach in this town.

The forensic report indicated that the remains found on the Chorrillos beach belonged to Arellano.

According to local media, the body had broken ribs, had no organs, the fingerprints on her hands had been erased, and her face was removed with the intention that she could not be identified.

Villafuerte was detained on November 17, according to police.

“In all my time in service, it is the first time that I have seen something so unfortunate.

A person with mental disorders because one in their right mind would never do that,” said Colonel Luis Ángel Santos, Huacho police chief, according to El Universal.

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A silver ring was key to starting the investigations.

According to Arellano's family, the silver and black jewel found among the remains had characteristics similar to the accessory the woman was wearing.

The experts later confirmed that it was the Mexican woman's ring, according to La República.

The alleged murderer has denied being the perpetrator of the crime and, according to said outlet, the authorities redoubled security in his cell out of fear that he might take his own life, after finding a farewell letter in which he stated that he was not going to "bear the humiliation” of being singled out as a perpetrator of the crime.

With the Arellano case, there are already 39 women who, so far in 2022, have been murdered in the most extreme expression of gender violence in Peru, where the femicides reported in the last five years add up to a total of 674, reported the Public Ministry, according to the Efe news agency.

Source: telemundo

All news articles on 2022-11-23

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