Prosecutor Juan Manuel Dávila, who is involved in the trial of eight rugby players for the crime of Fernando Báez Sosa, considered this Friday “a defender strategy” the statement made on Thursday by the defendant Luciano Pertosi to deny having been in the place indicated by witnesses who identified him in a video at the exit of the “Le Brique” nightclub in Villa Gesell, adding that in the case “there is a lot of evidence.”
“Each of the accused is located, beyond the statement, by witnesses of each of the days. And what are the filmings, they are complementary to what each one of the witnesses has said,” the prosecutor said to the press, minutes before entering the courts of Dolores to participate in a new hearing of the debate.
“There is a lot of evidence and we are going to do an analysis at the stage of the allegations”added the representative of the Public Prosecutor’s Office, who announced next Monday “the two rugby players who were dismissed in the case, Alejo Milanesi and Juan Guarino, who are witnesses and have an obligation to tell the truth, will be questioned. “lying bears false testimony”.
Regarding the statements of Luciano Pertossi, who on Thursday broke the silence to ask for the floor and say “I was not there”Dávila said: “It does not harm him because no one is obliged to testify against him.”