Luciano Federico Delicavo is prosecuted and detained for the crime of his mother Alicia Mabel Amore
The case in which a man accused of having beaten his mother to death last August in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Villa Urquiza was investigated and the suspect was charged with the crime of “femicide.”.
In this way, Luciano Federico Delicavo is being processed and detained for the crime of his mother Alicia Mabel Amore, committed on August 28 at 22, in the apartment located at Cullen 5334 PB “C”.
The incident was discovered when a policeman who was touring the area was warned by a neighbor of the victim who told him that he had heard cries for help; As he approached the building, he observed at the end of the corridor blood stains on the floor and a woman lying on a mattress with her face and hands bloody, with a cut on her forehead and in shock.
The victim managed to tell the police that her son had hit her with fists and kicks all over her body, so the cash called the Emergency Medical Attention Service who later transferred her to the Pirovano hospital.
Meanwhile, another neighbor said she heard blows and screams from Delicavo, who that day had arrived “very upset, he asked his mother for money and they argued”, until around 9:30 p.m. a fight started, and Luciano told him to leave the house because otherwise he was going to hit her; subsequently, he heard doors slammed and punched.
A witness who called 911 in fear that the man would kill the woman reported that the victim She “yelled at him not to hit her anymore”. Another neighbor recalled that saw Amore “kneeling in front of the bike” that he kept in the place, with his back turned, and when he approached her, he whispered in her ear that he had already called the police, but she did not answer him.
As a consequence of the attack, the woman suffered hypovolemic shock, for which she received mechanical ventilation, and suffered a pneumothorax until on September 1 he finally passed away.
The autopsy concluded that The cause of death was due to multiple injuries and a ruptured liver, but he had multiple blunt lesions characterized by excoriations, ecchymoses and cutting wounds. in different evolutionary stage: some dated from 21 days, which proves that the son abused his mother from before.
The femicide was committed on August 28 at 22, in the department located in Cullen 5334 PB “C” of the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Villa Urquiza
In addition to the woman too They found severe blows to the skull and sharp injuries to the digits of both hands, product of a stab, a sign that he defended himself.
“The reproached conduct and its tragic outcome took place in a context of long-standing gender violence According to the neighbors, who on numerous occasions heard physical and verbal aggressions of the accused towards his mother, ”he said. the prosecutor Mónica Cuñarro when requesting elevation at the discretion of the file.
And he stressed: “The victim was being abused by his son, who, according to the testimonies collected, was not the first time that he had exercised physical violence against his mother, since several witnesses were answered in stating that fights, screams, blows and requests for help were frequently heard from Amore, with whom he lived and more than once they notified the police ”.
The prosecutor He accused him of “doubly aggravated homicide because of the death of his ancestor and femicide”, a figure that is usually applied in crimes against couples or in the context of sexual attacks that end in death.
He is also charged with “disobedience to authority”, since after the attack on his mother his exclusion from the place had been ordered, but he still approached, at which point he was arrested and then charged with the crime.
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