Fabián Tablado, who killed his girlfriend Carolina Aló with 113 stab wounds in 1996, was again sentenced today by the San Isidro Justice for violating the perimeter restrictions of his twin daughters and that of Edgardo Aló, father of the femicide victim.
Correctional Judge 6 of San Isidro, Hernán Sergio Archelli, released the conviction on Tuesday and it is expected that next Friday he will dictate the amount of the penalty. With this new sentence, Tablado, 45, added his third sentence for violating in 2020 the two perimeter restrictions that had been dictated by the Justice.
In 1998 he had been convicted of the murder of his girlfriend, and in 2013 for threats to his ex-wife Roxana Villarejo, whom he married in prison and had twin daughters.
Tablado had come to this new trial accused of the crime of “repeated disobedience” (in two acts) and has been in prison since December 16 of last year. A few months earlier, on February 28, 2020, he had regained his freedom after serving his 24-year sentence for the murder of Carolina Aló.
This Tuesday, Edgardo Aló, Carolina’s father, attended the General Pacheco prosecutor’s office to connect with the trial, and before the press he said that he expected an exemplary sentence. And he maintained: “Assassins like Fabián Tablado really shouldn’t be free.”
As Justice could prove, “on October 19, 2020 between approximately 3:20 pm and 5:00 pm” Tablado was walking with his twin daughters “across the Sacriste bridge, located on Av. Libertador San Martín and crossed Lavalle street Tigre’s party “and that was when it was proven that he violated the two perimeter.
One that he had for his twin daughters, and the other because Aló’s work was about 150 meters from where the defendant walked by.
Tablado was registered in the security cameras of the municipality of Tigre at the time he was walking with his daughters, wearing a chinstrap, dark glasses, bermuda shorts and a blue T-shirt.