The complainant says that Mari Luz’s father “approached her with a stick, opened his head” and “brutally attacked”
The National Police arrested Juan José Cortés, Mari Luz’s father, on Monday and brought to justice this Tuesday for an alleged crime of injuries committed at the Santa Justa station in Seville, for which the Investigating Court 9 of the city, acting as guard, has agreed to his provisional release.
This has been reported to Europa Press by sources from the National Police Corps and the Superior Court of Justice of Andalusia (TSJA).
On the other hand, the woman who accuses Cortés of the aggression has explained in a video broadcast on TikTok that she has “approached him with a stick, opened his head” and “brutally attacked”. “I have denounced him for death threats and he has carried them out,” he adds.
Juan José Cortés is known for being the father of Mari Luz Cortés, the five-year-old girl who died in 2008 in Huelva at the hands of Santiago del Valle and her sister Rosa, both sentenced in 2011 to 19 years in prison for a crime murder and three years for a crime of sexual abuse the first, while his sister was nine years as an accessory to murder.
In addition, it has been one of those that has given the most public support to the revisable permanent prison. He has also been a PP deputy in Congress for the province of Huelva, a position he held from April to November 2019.