The courts condemn two “motochorros” that ran over Augustine Sartori
September 2, 2011
Peter Calabresi, the driver of the motorcycle, was sentenced to 6 years and 6 months in prison for manslaughter. His companion, Santiago Segundo , was sentenced to three years just for the attacks. The incident occurred last year in Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo.
This afternoon, the Oral Criminal Court No. 7 sentenced the two accused for the crime of Augustine Sartori happened last year in Palermo.
Peter Calabresi, accused of driving the motorcycle, was sentenced to 6 years and 6 months imprisonment. His companion, James the Second, was sentenced to three years.The two defendants had pleaded not guilty.
As he uttered his last words before the Criminal Court Oral 7,composed of judges Juan Facundo Bravo Giúdice, Daniel Morin and Gustavo Valle, Santiago Segundo, who is only charged withtheft and released the trial came, said he was “not in commandthe bike. “Furthermore, said he was “sorry for what happened,”but said he did not commit any crime.
Alberto Calabresi-defendant for the robbery and manslaughterand detained since June 23 last year declared: “I did not drive” and demanded ”apologies to the family for what happened.”
On 23 June last year, both on a motorcycle Honda Luis María Campos Avenue after committing two thefts from cars in the neighborhood of Belgrano, where the street level to Sartorirammed Matienzo, who went to the Hospital military.