By Chris King • 19 June 2021 • 18:07
No Bail For David 'El Tuvi' Over Murders In Valencia.
NO BAIL For David ‘El Tuvi’ Over The Murders Committed In Valencia
David ‘el Tuvi’, the man who admitted to the murder of Wafaa and who is also suspected of murdering a pregnant prostitute, has been placed in provisional prison today, Saturday 19, without any bail conditions, by a judge in Valencia’s Court of First Instance and Instruction No5 of Alzira.
After admitting to the murder of Wafaa, and leading the police to her body, David – who has reserved the right to not testify in court – is now being investigated over the murder of 36-year-old Isabell Raducanu, the pregnant Romanian prostitute who was found strangled and stabbed to death in her home in Xàtiva, Valencia, with forensic tests confirming David’s DNA being found on her body, whom he would have killed five months before Wafaa, on June 11, 2019.
One year after Isabel’s murder, her partner, Vicente AN had been detained, and imprisoned, before being released from prison four months ago.
Two weeks ago, David had been called to testify in relation to this other case, but his version of events was somewhat erratic, claiming in court that he was working that day, but when the judge checked the working life of the alleged murderer, she discovered that he was lying, and he defended himself by saying that he had gone to the family farm, the same one in which he later revealed that he had hidden the mortal remains of Wafaa at the bottom of a 15 metre deep well.
David’s older brother, Juan, is currently serving a sentence for a double murder: in 2012, Kamil K, a 28-year-old Czech man, was stabbed to death and Sidonia S, a 25-year-old Slovak, was strangled to death, and just as has happened now with ‘el Tuvi ‘, Juan later confessed to the crime, as reported by elespanol.com.
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Originally from Wales, Chris spent years on the Costa del Sol before moving to the Algarve where he is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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