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Rugby players accused of killing Fernando ask for “pardon” and rule out the plan

All the rugby players subjected to the trial for the crime of Fernando Báez Sosa They spoke at the presentation of closing arguments. One by one they stopped and apologized to the relatives of the murdered young man and their own. In addition, They agreed that there was no premeditated plan to commit the crime.

the rugby players They said they were sorry for the savage crime committed and even one of them, Máximo Thomsen, broke down when speaking. “It hurts me a lot because a boy our age died and we never had the intention of something like that,” he said.

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Hugo Tomei, andhe lawyer for the eight rugby players accused of the murder of Fernando Báez Sosa, today presented his final arguments and requested the acquittal of his defendants considering that there is insufficient evidence.

Also in the presentation of final arguments, lThe prosecutors in the case and the plaintiff lawyers requested the sentence for all the defendants.

The judges defined that the sentencing date will be the next Monday February 6th.

Máximo Thomsen, Ciro Pertossi, Enzo Comelli, Matías Benicelli, Blas Cinalli, Lucas Pertossi, Luciano Pertossi and Ayrton Viollaz are the eight defendants.

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The most complicated of the eight is Máximo Thomsen, who gave Fernando the final kick and caused him to go into cardiac arrest due to neurogenic shock, due to head trauma.

Fernando Báez Sosa, son of Paraguayans, he was brutally murdered by several rugby players outside a nightclub in January 2020. They punched him, but mainly kicked him, even though the boy was already defeated on the ground.

The entrance Rugby players accused of killing Fernando ask for “pardon” and rule out the plan was first published on newspaper TODAY.

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