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Germán Sosa, the main voice of the tropical music group Los Lirios, was sentenced this Friday to a 3-year suspended sentence; and although he was released, he had to complete 50 hours of community work, and Dr. He has to pay $90,000 as a fine, which will go to Orlando Alassia Children’s Hospital.
The same sanction was applied to three people arrested by the Criminal Investigation Department on Wednesday as part of the illegal gambling raid on a bar-garito operating on Miter Street in 1200. The town of San Gennaro.
The sentence was handed down by criminal judge Gustavo Urdiales after Coronda prosecutor Marcelo Nessier accused singer Germán David Sosa, his partner Mariana Dalma Alfonso, his sister Yanina Soledad Sosa and Jorge Daniel Rocco as crime co-authors. “unlawful association by the nature of members” and “organization and abuse of games of chance”.
He also attributed Germán Sosa to making “simple threats” to the police personnel who had detained him, saying he would “have them all fired”.
The MPA representative limited the facts to the period from July 8 to December 13 this year, when money was actually raised from betting on horse races and letter games at the property rented as a “bar”. economic advantage”
After the charges were formulated, Judge Urdiales dealt with the shortened trial agreement reached by prosecutor Nessier and private attorneys Hilda Knaeblein, Agustina Zelada, Sebastián Gervasoni and Pedro Busico.
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Punishment implies 3 years probationary sentence and compliance with the code of conduct, including establishing an address, contacting the Post-Prison Control authority, and seeking a job or trade to be executed.
They also pledged to conduct 50 hours of community work in the San Genaro town area, in public institutions such as homes or nursing homes. Likewise, they each have to pay $90,000 in fines – the maximum provided by the code – meaning a total of $360,000 to be allocated to Santa Fe Children’s Hospital.
On Wednesday, December 14, AIC members from the San Jerónimo department, along with their colleagues in Las Colonias and Castellanos, raided four houses in San Genaro and Centeno, arresting the four people involved. They also confiscated a number of items such as letters, casino chips, bingo cards and notebooks containing notes, and electronic gambling devices.
As reported by prosecutor Marcelo Nessier during the trial, the investigation began ex officio on September 5 after the bar’s former tenants – who had previously been arrested for illegal gambling – complained to police authorities about the resumption of betting.
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So much so that the bar on Calle Miter 1200 was raided on July 7 this year for the same reason, resulting in the beheading of local police officials whose complicity was investigated by the Complex Crimes Prosecutor’s Office.
So, having learned that the illegal business has resumed, the attorney general briefed the Coronda prosecutor about the bets, who had ordered a series of injunctions, including wiretapping, which was the key to proving the connection between the four convicted people and the world.
During part of the trial, Coronda’s prosecutor, Marcelo Nessier, informed the judge that the interference of third parties, whose names are not yet known, had not been excluded, so “the investigation will continue based on the expertise of the mobile phone and other effects seized”.
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