Monday, December 11, 2023

They chose the jury to decide whether Paula’s crime in Mansilla was guilty

Six women and three men (two more men will take over) will make up the famous jury charged with determining whether the accused in Paula’s crime in 2021 one Mansilla among the Mula guilty or not. The young man, in temporary detention for the events since April 19, 2021, is accused of the crimes of murder, robbery, abuse, and damage and will sit in the dock. Provincial Court that they will judge starting this Monday, the 16th, starting at 9:15 in the morning. The procedure lasts for six days: from Monday to Thursday – both included – and Monday and Tuesday of the following week. The members of the jury were selected this Wednesday morning in the Provincial Court.

The facts, requested by the prosecutor for the accusedofa 27 years in prison, as shown in its provisional conclusions, occurred in the early morning of April 19, 2021. The boy, who had an intermittent relationship with the victim since the summer of 2020, went to his home, in Mansilla, because he believed there were others. He arrived around 12:45a.m.m, broke the glass of the portal door with a kick, and entered. He then went to Paula’s apartment, where he also kicked the door of the apartment, breaking it and allowing him to enter it “without the consent or consent” of the young woman, at that moment, they began to argue and -fight.. He left the house for a few moments, but returned to it and, with a knife he took from the kitchen, stabbed him three times in the back, breaking the weapon, with an a20-centimeter-longg blade, and that they caused the death of the young woman, who “suffered profuse and rapid bleeding,” according to the Prosecutor’s Office in its letter.

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