Hmmm, my legal background was struck by the first sentence of the accusation:
J.M. was accused of "Parricidio".
Unless in Spain the wording has a different meaning, Parricidio is when you kill your father, like Matricidio is when you kill your mother.
I suppose he should have been accused of Uxoricidio, when one murders one's wife.
Looking forward to Manuel's comments on the case, and, if possible, on the legal qualification of the accusation
When looking for information on a junior member of the Borbón-Sevilla branch, José María Borbón de La Torre (1883-1962), I came across a document relating to a military case against him for murdering his wife Maria Luisa Rich y Carbajo (1890-1926). They had six children aged between 4 and 16 at the time of their mother's death.
Manuel, what happened? Do you know who took custody of the children?