Tomas’s plan was ‘to hurt Beatriz for life, not knowing where her daughters were’
Joaquín Amills, acting spokesperson for the family of Anna and Olivia, and president of SOS Desaparecidos, has said today in various interviews with the media, including La Sexta and the Ana Rosa Program on Tele5, that after learning of the discovery of the remains of Olivia at the bottom of the sea, that in his opinion and experience, the real intention of Tomás Gimeno was “to leave Beatriz (Anna and Olivia's mother) immersed in pain for life, not knowing where her daughters were, as they would never be found.”
"The worst thing in life, in any disappearance, is not having any answers, not knowing how, when and where," he said speaking from years of experience in dealing with missing persons and their distraught families.
“What he planned is twisted and cruel to the ultimate degree, but that was his goal. He did not think for a second that a search ship would find them, because at that depth he would imagine that it was impossible that they could be discovered," he explained.
As is known, the discovery yesterday at the bottom of the sea of the lifeless body of Olivia, the six-year-old girl who disappeared a month and a half ago in Tenerife along with her sister Anna and her father, fulfils the worst predictions about the whereabouts of the two sisters, and it breaks the hope of a mother, Beatriz, who always defended the thesis of an escape.
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To think that a father could do this to his own children to get revenge on his ex-wife because he doesn’t like the fact that she left him, and now has a new partner, is unimaginable, and unacceptable in this day and age.
The Government delegate against gender violence, María Victoria Rosell, has also spoken about Tomas Gimeno, saying that “he is not a madman or a serial killer, he is the face of the machismo of a man who does not respect the freedom of women or their equality”.
Rosell lamented the confirmation of the discovery of Olivia’s body as "the worst news possible", although she acknowledges that the experts in investigation in the Canary Islands, and the movement of the ship in recent days, "made us all fear the worst."