Friday , December 3 2021

Randolph Case: After decades, excarabineros sentenced to 5 years in prison to kill college students | national


The Court of Appeal of Concepción was sentenced to two years and one day with executive prison the two ex officio of Carabineros owed by murder of university student José Randolph 1985.

Following the appeal of the victim's sisters, Mauricio Vera Cortesi and Jaime Barría Sánchez They have to serve the verdict as the Appeals Court ruled that the judgment of three years and one day in favor of supervised release, which the minister put in a visit to cases of human rights violations, Carlos Aldana, did not apply.

José Randolph, a student at the University of Concepción, was killed by police in May 1985, after being detained by Carabineros in front of a police officer alleged traffic crash.

Apparently, before a flight attempt they would have killed him – the cause of death was a blow – and his body was thrown at Rocoto Beach.

Not only that, in the case there was also one suicide, which was a fake one.

The chamber of law pointed out that all these antecedents deserve punishment for five years of effective prison, given that permission of officers of both, in the midst of the dictatorship, allowed them impunity.

On the other hand, the state of Chile was ordered to pay 120 million pesos to each of Randolph's two sisters.

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