The man who tried to kill his wife by setting her on fire was sentenced to 11 years in prison

Sebastián Quiroga was sentenced on Tuesday to 11 years in prison for having sprayed gasoline and lit fire on his partner, Vanesa Ferreyra, who was able to survive the deadly attack.

The attempted femicide occurred on July 5 of last year in Villa Adela, Chimbas, when the couple was arguing and Quiroga – 26 years old – made the decision to kill her in such a cruel way.

The case in the first hours of its occurrence was somewhat confusing for the investigators because when Quiroga entered the Hospital Marcial Quiroga with his partner, he rehearsed at least two alibis: one, that it was the product of an accident that Ferreyra burned, and the other, that It was in a suicide attempt. But it was the inconsistencies in his account that led to his being detained while the investigation began.

Judges Celia Maldonado, Benedicto Correa and Fernando Echegaray, for the crime of homicide doubly aggravated by bond and gender, declared Quiroga guilty yesterday, Monday. Today, Tuesday, the caesura trial was held. The prosecution requested 15 years in prison and the judges determined a sentence of 11 years.


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