The Asunta crime could have been planned in July
The investigators think the parents could have planned her death while Rosario Porto was in hospital suffering from stress and anxiety.Nov 7, 2013 - 2:32:23 PM
The police have found difficulty in finding a motive for the crime, but finally they think it may have been the selfishness of the parents, because their child would condition the future plans of Rosario and Alfonso.
The police think a visit Rosario made to Morocco in June, with a possible sentimental companion is crucial. The police think this sentimental companion had on that trip told Rosario that he was not going to leave his wife, as she had proposed.
When she got home was when she was admitted to Xeral Hospital in Santiago with stress and anxiety. Her ex-husband Alfonso Basterra, stayed with her 24 hours a day, sleeping on a chair in her room.
According to RTVE in Galicia, that was when they decided to kill their daughter, given that Rosario proposed to restart their sentimental relationship, although in an open one, and Alfonso Basterra accepted, not only because he is very much in love with her, but also because he was economically dependent on her.
The new scenario makes room for a third person being involved, a thought the police have been considering for some time. This person could have taken the body of Asunta to the forest track where she was found.
Police are now crossing data from the mobile phone repeater towers with the telephones of two of Rosarios most intimate friends. The objective is to see if one of their telephones was in service where they could have dumped the body.
Some investigators consider that Rosario Porto carried out the crime by the idea for it came from Alonso. They also note that a few days before her death Asunta said to a close friend, ‘my parents cheat me’ but she refused an offer of help from her friend.