Leandro Boldrini, accused of being the intellectual mastermind of the plan that led to the death of his son, Bernardo, aged 11, in April 2014, was sentenced this Thursday (23rd) to 31 years and eight months in prison.
After three days of trial, the Sentencing Council of the Jury Court of the District of Três Passos, in Rio Grande do Sul, understood that the defendant is guilty of quadruple qualified homicide and for ideological falsehood. Boldrini was acquitted of concealing a corpse.
See the feathers:
- Quadruple qualified homicide: 30 years and eight months
- Misrepresentation: 1 year
On the first day of testimony, on Monday (20), the defendant was present in court. However, on Tuesday (21), medical attention was requested and he was dismissed.
This morning, the defense announced that Boldrini was in no condition to be questioned. After that, he returned to the Ijuí Prison, where he had been for the last few days.
This was the second opinion on the case. In 2019, he was sentenced to 33 years and 8 months in prison, along with three other defendants. However, a decision by the 1st Criminal Chamber of the Court of Justice of the State of Rio Grande do Sul (TJ-RS), in December 2021, annulled the judgment.
Young Bernardo Boldrini disappeared on April 4, 2014, in Três Passos.
His body was found ten days later, in a vertical grave on the banks of a river, in Frederico Westphalen, also in Rio Grande do Sul.
(*Posted by Douglas Porto)
Source: CNN Brasil
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