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Raúl Palacios, the lawyer for the 13-year-old boy accused of the murder of Joaquín Sperani in Laboulaye, said that for him “There were no other people involved” in the homicide.
“There are security cameras that take him at that last moment and that we have all seen. In principle no more people would have participated“He assured while clarifying that he had not yet had access to the case.
He further considered that “it is very difficult to explain and understand” the fact. “Their families have known each other for a long time and have shared a lot, beyond being classmates at school,” he added in statements to El Doce.
“We are before a child who is imputable to the law. He will not be able to return to his house or lead his normal life. If they find him guilty, they are not going to sentence him, but he will have other types of protective measures,” he explained.
Palacios specified that the boy housed for his protection in the Esperanza Complex is in that establishment “provisionally.”
“Senaf and Justice must work because these provisional accommodations must last as short a time as possiblebut when it is not dangerous for himself or for society,” the lawyer concluded.
The public defender Mariana Ferreyra visited the adolescent last Thursday at the Admission and Diagnostic Center (CAD) of the Esperanza Complex in the Cordovan capital. The official will be the complementary representative of the boy in the juvenile criminal process, according to the Justice of Córdoba.