Soria’s wife is with permanent custodial care to prevent suicide
Black River, January 3, 2012
Susana Freydoz, wife of Governor Carlos Soria, is in permanent care custodial to prevent desperate action as a possible suicide, judge Juan Pablo Chirinos said.
Freydoz is accompanied by a psychiatrist in addition of a heavy dose of painkillers before the shock. The doctor, who examined the governor’s wife, said that given the huge state of distress she is unable to testify.
What happened on Sunday morning?
One hypothesis holds that the fatal episode was for couple dispute. Several people have claimed that there was a huge strain on the marriage, apparently by an affair of Soria.
“Freydoz is a very traditional woman and wanted to keep her family,” President of the Rio Negro Superior Court of Justice Victor Sodere Nievas said, adding that at the moment he can not rule out any hypothesis, from an act of self defense to a violent commotion fact.
The testimony of a couple’s daughter, Emilia, with her partner, would be key to determining what happened. She attended her mother after the shot and her boyfriend called the governor’s custody. He was then transferred to a medical center where he died.
“I did not want to kill him” would have said Freydoz after the incident. That phrase and paraffin test is strong evidence against the woman, because there were no traces of gunpowder in the wound, which implies that the shooting took place over 50 centimeters. In this sense, the idea that the gun went off in a struggle would be discarded.
Another hypothesis of the discussion would be for the arrival of a couple’s son to the city, who works at the SIDE and have presented to his homosexual partner. Freydoz would have defended her son before the governor’s rejection.