Crime of the Argentine student in Kansas: They will examine a key device found on the spot

Camila Behrensen was 24 years old.

Journalist Ernesto Behrensen, father of Camila, the young student and scientist murdered in his apartment in the Midtown area of ​​Kansas City, where she was doing a postdoctoral fellowship at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research, will begin her trip to the United States to recover her daughter’s body, sources close to the reporter confirm. There you will receive the accompaniment of the local Consulate. The government of Buenos Aires has worked with the foreign ministry to issue a visa for the United States and be able to guarantee the trip.

Meanwhile, the Kansas City Police Department investigation advance with steady measures.

Behrensen she was murdered together with her fellow student Pablo Guzmán Palma, also found on the scene after a fire in an apartment, after a neighbor alerted the firefighters of the flames in the unit, located in a roadside compound on Saturday morning Oak Street at 4100. An initial analysis of the bodies revealed that they had shots that were inconsistent with the fire.

Now a newspaper article Kansas City star reveals it The judge of the case authorized the voice recordings of the Alexa device, produced by Amazon and activated by voice, found on the spot. It is suspected that the conversations between the victims and the offender may be filed there. Based on evidence at the scene, investigators suspect the killer spent “a lot of time at the scene”.

On the other hand, the investigators’ request to the neighbors continues because they are provide the dossier with any material enabling suspicions to be identifiedsuch as home security camera footage or testimonials.

Camila Behrensen, 24, loved to run
Camila Behrensen, 24, loved to run

From the Stowers Institute, where the victims were studying, a statement was released on Monday: “We are devastated for the tragic death of these students. These researchers were members of our Class of 2020 and energetic members of our Stowers Institute community. Our deepest condolences go out to their families in this difficult time “.they expressed.

Camila Behrensen he had a science degree from Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE) and spent two years studying metabolic changes in the fruit fly. This research allowed her to co-author an article published in Scientific reports. They also explained that the victim “he dreamed of getting his postdoc and lead a research group by forming your own laboratory ”.

In the profile of Camila that appears on the page of the Stowers Institute they report it “I could thank Isaac Asimov for his love of science”. And they say that, growing up, he “was their favorite author, also because he could explain complicated concepts in a way that everyone could understand”.

Camila Behrensen and Pablo Guzmán Palma (Stowers Institute for Medical Research)
Camila Behrensen and Pablo Guzmán Palma (Stowers Institute for Medical Research)

Meanwhile, from the Stowers Institute, they pointed this out Guzman Palma He holds a Master’s Degree in Science and a Master’s Degree in Biochemistry at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile: “His first research project focused on spinal cord regeneration. His wish was to continue his studies focusing on how cells interpret and integrate various types of signals during development and possibly start his own laboratory after completing his PhD. “

In the profile of the victim that appears on the portal of the University of Kansas we read that Guzmán Palma “thought he wanted to be an astronomer, until he learned to use the microscope in high school, where watching the samples collected from the garden changed the trajectory of his life“.

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