Rodrigo Lanza, sentenced to 20 years in prison for murder

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The anti-system Rodrigo Lanza (36 years old) has been sentenced to pass 20 years in jail for aggravated murder, for killing Víctor Laínez, 55, in the well-known “crime of the suspenders”, according to the Aragonese regional radio station. The court’s decision comes after the jury found him guilty of murder last Thursday.

It was the second trial held for the crime, after the one held last November was annulled due to gross anomalies that led to a controversial sentence in which Lanza was convicted of homicidal recklessness, rather than murder. .

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