Easy trigger: Rodrigo Sánchez's mother chained herself in the courts of Córdoba

The mother of rodrigo sancheza unarmed 17-year-old adolescent who was shot to death in Córdoba in 2015 by police officer Lucas Carranzachained himself in the entrance area of ​​​​Courts of the city to demand “justice and conviction” for the cash, whom he pointed out as responsible for a “easy trigger” case. “It’s been seven years since I’ve demanded justice for my son. I need the case to go to trial and the guilty to be convicted. The easy trigger is free today”the woman demanded.

Gabriela Sanzo He stressed that his son “was not armed nor did he represent any risk” to Carranza, who caught him stealing a wallet from a car whose window he had broken.

The investigation established that Carranza fired five shots at Rodrigo. One of the bullets hit the young man in the neck and another in the head, which caused his death on the spot.

“The police made the main evidence disappear, modified the scene and put gunpowder in my son’s hands to justify the shooting and the crime”Sanso said in dialogue with local media. The woman questioned the investigative prosecutor Jorgelina Gutiez, who had dismissed of the police officer, although the expert opinion “proved that he had cocaine, marijuana and pills (benzodiazepines) in his blood.”

The dismissal was appealed by the complaint and the Justice ordered that Carranza continue to be linked to the process. Sanso pointed out that the police officer Carranza, a year after the murder, was “arrested for stealing from a shopping mall and is still at large. There is a whole cover-up maneuver.”

Sanso’s lawyer, Adolfo Allende Pose, specified that the incident occurred on September 19, 2015 at the intersection of Colón and Sagrada Familia, in Villa Siburu in the capital Cordillera, when Rodrigo and another man had broken the glass of a car and a wallet was stolen. “They were not armed. However, the police shot and killed Rodrigo,” he said. The other man who acted as an accomplice “went to trial and today has a firm conviction for simple robbery because it was found that they were not armed,” said the lawyer.

Source: Pagina12

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