Amidst the pandemic of coronavirus, In our country some detainees benefited from home prison to reduce the risk of contagion in prison units, a decision that did not go down at all among the relatives of the victims and generated an important controversy.
Prisoners included in the measure must remain at home with an electronic ankle brace, which prevents them from leaving the permitted radius, although criticism of the release is getting stronger every day.
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The one who expressed his discomfort at the news was Julieta Rossi, girlfriend of Fernando Báez Sosa, the young man beaten to death by a group of rugby players in Villa Gesell last January.
Fernando Baez Sosa also had rights that night.
For once, let’s side with the victims. pic.twitter.com/s9hqDopsyV
– Julieta (@Julieta_Rossii) April 27, 2020
The teenager showed all her outrage through her Twitter account, in which she wrote: “Fernando Báez Sosa also had rights that night. For once, let’s side with the victims.”
Additionally, she retweeted a post mentioning the names of the rugbiers accused of killing her boyfriend: “Until the last day, we are going to remind you: Máximo Thomsen, Ciro Pertossi, Lucas Pertossi, Luciano Pertossi, Enzo Comelli, Ayrton Viollaz, Blas Cinalli, Matías Benicelli, Juan Guarino and Alejo Milanesi. They collapsed the world they wanted to build together. # JusticeForFernando “.
Until the last day, we will remind you:
Maximo Thomsen, Ciro Pertossi, Lucas Pertossi, Luciano Pertossi, Enzo Comelli, Ayrton Viollaz, Blas Cinalli, Matias Benicelli, Juan Guarino and Alejo Milanesi.
– Justice For Fernando 🕊️ (@JusticiaPorFer_) April 26, 2020