NETFLIX’S Carmel: Who Killed Maria Marta? has left true crime fans ‘open-mouthed’ with twisted scenes.
The new documentary explores the 2002 murder of Argentinian sociologist María Marta García Belsunce.
A new four-part crime documentary series has left Netflix viewers ‘open mouthed’ with all the twists and turns Credit: Netflix
The four-part, Spanish-language docu-series featured many twists and turns, some of which left viewers shocked.
María, 50, was found unconscious in the bathtub of the home she shared with her husband of 31 years, Carlos, in 2002.
Carlos and police initially believed she had accidentally hit her head and drowned, and the official autopsy ruled her death as “non-traumatic cardiac arrest”.
However, her family insisted on further investigation and it was discovered she had been shot several times.
The documentary explores the murder of Maria Marta in 2002Credit: Netflix
Maria, 50, was found dead in the bathtub of her home in Argentina Credit: Netflix
Carlos was then arrested for her murder and is seen telling a judge in the documentary: “I am completely innocent, but I want to know who killed my wife.”
Carlos’ conviction was overturned after five years in prison and he is one of the many people involved in the case who agreed to take part in the documentary.
Viewers took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the shocking case, with one writing: “Who else is watching Carmel: Who Killed Maria Marta? you people better get on this. MY JAW IS ON THE FLOOR.”
Another tweeted: “Just finished Carmel: Who killed Maria Marta on Netflix and I still can’t figure out who tf killed her but her family is forsure very suspicious.”
Her death was ruled as “non-traumatic cardiac arrest” but it was later revealed she had been shot multiple times Credit: Netflix
A third added: “everything about the maria marta case is weird.”
Meanwhile a fourth agreed, writing: “Just trying to watch Carmel: Who Killed Maria Marta on Netflix and all I’m think is ‘what is going ON??’”
Carmel: Who Killed Maria Marta? is available on Netflix now.
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