The trial against the rugby players who planned the murder of Fernando Baez Sosa began on January 2 of this year, where the defendants appeared before the Oral Criminal Court (TOC) No. 1 of Dolores along with more than 100 witnesses. Tomorrow, January 16, the final stretch of the judicial process will begin with the testimonies of the dismissed and relatives of the accused.
Likewise, it is expected that two days later, Wednesday the 18th, conclude the aforementioned testimonies and move on to the allegations, stage prior to the reading of the final verdict on the rugbiers. that particular day three years have elapsed since the murder of Fernando Baez Sosa. A variety of evidence has already been presented on the crime of youngsuch as videos, chats and audios.
During the almost two weeks since the trial against the rugbiers began, friends of the victim in question and people who witnessed the attack. Virginia Pérez Antonelli also participated, who tried to revive Fernando Baez Sosa after the premeditated beating, in addition to the doctors who arrived at the scene to assist him.
For their part, the defendants in the case, these being: Máximo Thomsen (23), Enzo Comelli (22), Matías Benicelli (23), Blas Cinalli (21), Ayrton Viollaz (23), and Luciano (21), Ciro (22) and Lucas Pertossi (23), will have the statements of their relatives, that is, the defense during the next two weeks, who will allege the innocence of those involved who could receive life imprisonment.
They ask in Congress for a law in honor of Fernando
Within the framework of the commotion generated by the case of Báez Sosa and the rugbiers, the head of the Igualar party, Carmela Moreau, part of the Front of All, requested to add a bill that would honor Fernandoproposing measures and sanctions to athletes who engage in violent behavior.
The initiative in question would consist of providing training to athletes, teachers, technicians and managers in general so that they can interfere in situations of violence that involve the athletes in their charge.. This request occurs when President Alberto Fernández called extraordinary sessions in Congress to address, among other issues, the political trial against the head of the Supreme Court, Horacio Rosatti.