At first, he said it was a joke, but in the end, he admits it cost him dearly. justice sentenced a young man from Villa Regina for starting a group on WhatsApp from which he encouraged more than 360 participants to commit other illegal acts in the middle of the organized robberies the last few days. It’s the first country at the state level to go behind bars for the latest and most unfortunate episodes.
This is Franco Agustn Azzolina, a 21-year-old boy who is a bricklayer and is accused of creating a chat group to instigate the supermarket robbery. After the indictment, the boy is arrested.
Deputy prosecutor Agustn Bianchi officially charged him with “incitement to commit crimes” (Article 209 of the Penal Code) in an ideal competition with “unlawful association, aggravated by his being the organizer” (Article 210). Villa Regina Guarantees Judge Claudia Lemunao reviewed the formulated charges.
“At 5 p.m., avoid Plaza, boys; nothing is canceled; nobody stops us; everything is punctured,” was one of the ten messages left by the convict and which the judge used as evidence.
Lemunao said, “This is not a joke; it seriously violates the rule of law.” Since he had no criminal record, the parties requested a two-year, three-month suspended prison sentence and two years’ imprisonment for compliance with strict rules of conduct.
The police procedure that led to the arrest of Azzolina took place this Thursday around 3:00 p.m. in the Villa Obrera neighborhood, in a lawsuit entitled “Apology for a Crime” linked to the robberies organized against him on Sunday at supermarkets and other shops in town.
The accused shall not commit any new offenses and shall be prohibited from making any type of publication on social networks under his own false profile, whether by himself or through an intermediary, as well as from generating any type of message and/or communication via WhatsApp related to the crime for which he was convicted.
It is also not possible for you to leave your proven permanent residence without prior notification by the court.