Ana Julia Quezada is in jail for the
crime of little Gabriel Cruz. She is serving a permanent, reviewable prison sentence for the crime, which took place in 2019. The Investigation Team traced the criminal profile of the murderer in a 2019 program that laSexta re-airs this Friday.
Ana Julia Quezada
practices prostitution after arriving in Spain in 1992 at a club in Burgos, however, a year later, she married a truck driver and they had a daughter. The family settles in Gamonal, a working-class neighborhood in Burgos.
There, Ana Julia Quezada lives for a decade. Her first job is in a store, in a
Butcher shop. “Her husband had her like a king. I can’t say anything bad about her, she has always behaved well with me, I can’t believe that Ana did this,” a neighbor explains about her.
After three years in Spain, Ana Julia and her husband bring the first daughter she had in the Dominican Republic. However,
a tragic event disrupts family life. When he has only been in the country for four months, Ana Julia Quezada’s daughter dies.
The agents carry out the visual inspection and in the games room
They find a small table at the foot of the window. They cannot take a statement from Ana Julia Quezada because she suffered strong nervous excitement.
Asked if anything in the police report caught her attention, Iciar Iriondo, a criminologist at ‘Desarrollo y Análisis criminológico’, answered very clearly: “Based on the premise that
the windows would be closedobviously because of the cold that it could be in March in Burgos, for a girl to get up early at night, go to the playroom, open a window, open another, raise a blind, look out… Without forgetting that “A four-year-old girl already has a perception of risk.”
In this sense, he stresses that “it is complicated because it is a
aluminum double window and the girl would have to press the hook, which would have to be difficult for her, and push the window with a weight of approximately seven kilos.”
According to the police report, the little girl’s body appears three meters from the wall. “Let us not forget that
we are talking about a four year old girl whose height can be between one meter and one meter ten, therefore, it is curious that a girl jumped three times higher than her height”, points out the expert. The events occurred in 1996 and, in principle, Ana Julia had no criminal record. “It is true that nothing could lead one to think that it was not an accident,” concludes the criminologist.
*The content to which the information refers is part of a 2019 Investigation Team program that laSexta is rebroadcasting this Friday.