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Ana Julia Quezada, arrested as the alleged perpetrator of Gabriel's murder, was Angel's partner. In her 4-year old daughter, Ridelca Josefina Gil Quezada fell through a window on the seventh floor where they lived and died. The incident was then closed as an accidental death , but authorities announced that it would be reinvestigated after Gabriel's murder. Her arrest occurred when dozens of agents cut off her vehicle as she was about to enter a garage of an apartment block in the town of La Puebla de Vicar.
After that, when they opened the trunk, investigators found Gabriel Cruz's body .
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Although she initially stated that she was not guilty, she would finally confessed the crime two days later . She was charged with murder, kidnapping and crimes against moral integrity. During her first appearance before the head of the Court of Instruction number 5 in Almeria, Rafael Soriano, the detainee stuck to the declaration made before the Civil Guard, in which she said there was an argument and a struggle for an axe before she suffocated the child to death and hid his body in the country house of Rodalquilar where she kidnapped the child.
This version was partially taken apart by the investigators in their official account of the facts, in which it is quoted:. The defendant murdered Gabriel herself, without any other person; she took the child possibly because of the jealousy she had for him; she killed him the day of his abduction, suffocating him, and buried him by covering him with decorative stones and planks .
Even so, the agents always believed she had Gabriel alive and their goal was to get her to take them to the little boy. But Gabriel was killed the same day he disappeared, as the autopsy  confirmed. On 3 March, an essential event occurred that would later help to solve the case: Ana Julia staged the appearance of the t-shirt worn by the minor; she said she found it about four kilometres far from Las Hortichuelas.
To do this, she had to go through a piece of land, arrive in Las Negras and enter a gully, something that was quite implausible for the researchers. It is worth mentioning that she was the one who told Angel to go and look around the area, and it was her who found the t-shirt. Angel was nearby but not in sight at the time of the alleged discovery.
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The family recognized it as Gabriel's shirt. According to the Civil Guard , the T-shirt was a sign that the defendant wanted to do to his partner in time so as to give him hope. On the 11th, Ana Julia went to Rodalquiar house, while she was under close surveillance. Apparently, the body was in good condition, and the child was half-naked, wearing only underwear . The agents examined the area and found them, except for the T-shirt . Ana Julia actively participated in Gabriel's search and she seemed sad for what had happened.
She even talked to the media, cried, feigned and comforted her partner. The Civil Guard revealed that she was giving Angel large Diazepam doses,an anxiolytic, to calm him down and make him forget about what had happened. She had also tried to persuade him to go to Dominican Republic for weeks, but he refused.
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His parents said that Gabriel loved fish, that he liked drawing them and that he wanted to become a marine biologist. Since then, the symbol of a small fish filled windows, schools, public centres and social networks all over the country so as to support them . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Disappearance and murder of an 8 year old child in Spain. Almeria , Spain. Retrieved 15 March Retrieved 28 February Retrieved 13 March