Iguazú: Vilma's alleged femicide had passed the Army psychological test

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The soldier who would have killed Vilma Market, the girl from 19 years who was killed after a wild attack, had passed without problems the psychological test which was performed by the Army Mental Health Service. It was confirmed by the colonel Javier Paiva, director of the Monte Military School.

Villar belongs to the Army for three years, said his boss, who clarified that they await the decision of the judge of Instruction No. 3 of Iguazu, Martin Brites, to remove him from the military force. Paiva received the parents and an uncle from Vilma at the barracks, He offered his condolences on behalf of the Army and made himself available to the family, Judge Brites and police investigators.

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Pavia, Director of the Monte School

Before joining the force as military soldier, the young native of The quarterdeck He underwent a psychological test, performed by psychologists who came from Buenos Aires and integrated the Army Mental Health Service.

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Place where they found the victim.

Colonel Paiva told National Radio Iguazu that "From the first moment we made ourselves available to Vilma's family" He added that he had spoken to the victim's parents even before the body appeared in a place near the field occupied by the Monte XII Brigade and the Monte Military School.

"The first thing is that we are with them (Vilma Mercado's family) in these hard times”Said the military. But he held all responsibility of the Army: “What happened was a private event, which Villar did in his spare time, outside the barracks activity hours, outside the military facilities"

The director of the School added that the alleged criminal soldier acted in such a way that “are madeI know he must answer to justice, not as a member of the Army, but as a citizen"

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Only suspect, Carlos Villar.

Villar joined the Army in 2017, as a volunteer soldier, after a battery of exams that included the psychophysicist, dental, checking from background, said psychological test and complete blood tests to verify that is not addicted to narcotics.

The colonel explained that “once his judicial situation is decided, Villar will be discharged from the Army, based on what the Brites Court No. 3 resolves. Since the military has not committed any fault"

Regarding the activity of the volunteer soldiers inside the headquarters of the Brigade of Monte, Paiva said that “It is asystematic because it is not a military school. When we have a course in development, it can last 20 days, one month, two months"

The case

Carlos Villar is the only one arrested for the death of Vilma Mercado, refrained from testifying before judge Martín Brites, and was charged by sexual abuse and femicide In real contest.

According to the coroner, he suffered a cardiorespiratory arrest due to mechanical asphyxiation. The defendant, meanwhile, had injuries compatible with the victim's defensive action, including a bite in his left hand, which would coincide with Vilma's teeth.

Source: Via Iguazu Country

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