Colombian court sentences four defendants in Paraguayan prosecutor’s murder case Marcelo Peccireports Reuters with reference to the decision of the court.
They were sentenced to 23 years and six months in prison. The convicts were threatened with 47 years in prison, but the court reduced the sentence by half due to the fact that they made a deal with the investigation, pleading guilty to the crime.
In total, six suspects appear in the Pecci murder case. One of them, also in custody and pleading guilty, has not yet been brought to trial. The sixth person involved in the case remains at large, as he was able to escape from the country.
As reported IA REGNUM, Marcelo Pecci was killed on May 10 near the Colombian city of Cartagena, where he came from Paraguay to rest after his wedding. The authorities believe that the organization of the crime is related to the Brazilian prison group First Capital Command…