The Provincial Court of Valencia has sentenced a man to 10 years in prison for a crime of homicide in which the Prosecutor’s Office appreciated the aggravating circumstances of discrimination based on gender and kinship. The mitigating factor of compensation for damage also applied. The man admitted the facts in the trial and paid 8,000 euros of the 50,000 that were requested in compensation. However, the popular jury did not appreciate the extenuating confession in its verdict. He declared the defendant guilty of killing his partner, a 31-year-old woman, in the Valencian neighborhood of Patraix, on August 24, 2020. This follows from the sentence, to which Europa Press has had access. The Prosecutor’s Office asked for two more years than those that have finally been imposed. He hid the body and sprayed it with a substance. The event occurred when around twelve o’clock at night, the man had an argument with his common-law partner at his home on Pablo Meléndez street in Valencia. After a struggle, he placed his hands on her neck, pressing hard until he stopped breathing. The woman died on the spot due to acute respiratory failure, caused by a mechanism of mechanical asphyxiation due to strangulation. Next, the defendant, after spending an undetermined number of hours next to the body, wrapped it up and loaded it to the victim’s vehicle, which was He was parked nearby. After using the keys that he himself had, he put the body in the trunk and left it after spraying it with a corrosive substance. The body was discovered on August 30. She was at the confluence of the same street where the events with Fontonares occurred, after her disappearance had been reported the day before. She had no offspring and no relatives in Spain, being her mother, resident in Uruguay, her closest relative.