Former Miss Argentina Rocío Fiorella Santa Cruz (33) was sentenced to four years in jail on Monday when he traveled to the Passenger Inspector from Posadas in January 2016 with his car. woman is not imprisoned now because the judge ordered it to come into effect when the decision is final.
According to the Judgment, the Judges Council and Minors César Raúl Jiménez also sought Santa Cruz driving ban ten years.
Photos Experiment Rocío Santa Cruz
Photo Confidence: Sixto Fariña – El Territorio.
On January 31, 2016, in the morning, Santa Cruz returned home at the Peugeot 408 when it hit the inspector Ramón "Topo" Cabrera's motorcycle. Woman never stopped marching and kept the car in the garage, where the police found him several hours later because the taxi driver did the exercise and directed the search.
Experts showed that the respondent drove faster than allowed and I was drunk, like a victim.
Unlike the judgment, the defendant, who is a lawyer and is working at AFIP, has tried to curl up and always avoided by contacting Cabrera's relatives in all trials. Although he argued that "I never had the intention" to cross the traffic inspector who returned home after his work, he made it clear that "it was an accident, nothing else. It's an accident that can happen to anyone and this time it was my turn"He never referred to the ethylene state where he drifted, and why he did not stop marching after the impact that he threw on the victim's windshield.
In other times Rocío Santa Cruz with his husband (center), former missionary officer Claudio Ferreyra (El Territorio)
In the resolution, Judge Jiménez ordered a ban on leaving the country From Santa Cruz until the penalty is final. The decision to arrest him immediately to enforce the sentence is based on Article 18 of the National Constitution, the American Convention on Human Rights and the "interpretative scope" as defined by the American Court of Human Rights, a judgment whose grounds are well known. December 5.
The relatives of the victim were happy with the sentence. Irene Paré, the wife of the deceased inspector, recalled that "Everyone told us that we would not be able to take Santa Cruz's court. Santa Cruz's husband, Gustavo Ferreyra, is an official of the provincial tourism department.
Prosecutor María Laura Alvarez, who had pleaded for five years in prison, also agreed on the imposition of a former Argentine sanction.