19 Year Old Miya Marcano Is Making News

Miya Marcano was murdered last year. She was 19 years old. The girl suffered from rejection violence. This led to her loosing her life. The family had filed a case against the criminal. The case went lightly. No serious trails were made. This led the family to come up and raise their voice. However, in the end, the truth won. Therefore a law on her name was introduced. Let us read more about Miya law.

Miya Marcano’s murder last year brought to light a scary reality for women: rejection violence. The corpse of the 19-year-old Valencia College student was discovered shackled and duct-taped near Orlando’s Tymber Skan apartment complex. Armando Caballero, Marcano’s 27-year-old coworker who made “advances” toward her on the job, is the main suspect. Let us read on and know more about the 19 year old who is an inspiration for many.

Women are considered weak in the society. Therefore, they lead a very difficult life. Therefore, This is the cause of concern for Miya. She raised a voice against the system.

She had displayed inappropriate “romantic” interest in Marcano, which she did not reciprocate, according to detectives. Caballero committed suicide shortly after Marcano disappeared. Stay connected as we unfold the secrets of Miya.

What Do You Mean By Rejection Violence?

Moreover, Women’s killings, such as those of Gabby Petito, Sabina Nessa, and Sarah Everard, have made headlines in 2021. In a year of increasing violence against women, Marcano’s murder highlights a troubling pattern: stalking and rejection violence. Want to know more then keep reading.

What All Is Stated In The Miya Marcano Law?

Moreover, Daryl K. Washington, the same attorney who represented the family of police brutality victim Botham Jean, is representing Marcano’s family. “Arden Villas allowed Armando Caballero the full access he needed to kill Miya,” he said in a news release. The death was easy to track if the officials had tried. However, this was not done.

We hope you liked the life journey of Miya. She is an inspiration for many out there. Let us know in the comments below if you want to know more about her and her journey.

Originally published at https://www.thenexthint.com on November 26, 2021.




Jay Jangid has 2 years of experience in the news media industry with journalistic touch and knowledge of how to create and recreate information into news.

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Jay Jangid has 2 years of experience in the news media industry with journalistic touch and knowledge of how to create and recreate information into news.

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