Blas Cinalli, in the trial for the crime of Fernando
The tax instructor Javier Pablo Laborde – who analyzed the phones of those accused of the crime of Fernando Báez Sosa – assured that Blas Cinalli, the only defendant who had not been mentioned in the six previous hearings, exchanged messages via WhatsApp after the murder . “Dude, we flash. I think we killed one, all of Gesell is saying that ”, was one of the strongest texts that was revealed from the rugbier’s cell phone and that was sent at 5.21 on January 18, 2020. His interlocutor replied: “The wreckers “.
When declaring this Tuesday in the trial of the rugbiers, in Dolores, Laborde spoke about the content found on the Cinalli phone, which was the fifth to be analyzed. From a chat it appears that he tells his interlocutor about the crossing at the Le Brique bowling alley. “We’re holding on inside against a few pairs,” he wrote.
“We won against some cheetos, we broke them,” Cinalli sent at 5.08 to the group called “El Club del Azote”, made up of 13 people from Zárate. “We are going downtown to reward,” he added and sent a group photo where Laborde only referred to Ciro Pertossi and Máximo Thomsen by name and surname. Asked by Fernando Burlando about where the location could be, the investigator indicated that he could not obtain it. “The photo had no geolocation, I sense that they could be in the house,” he said.
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The details of the dialogues were revealed by Laborde in the framework of the hearing, in the second week of the trial for the crime of Báez Sosa. One of the members of the chat replied: “Represent Zárate, guacho.”
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At one point during the exposed talks, Cinalli boasts: “There was a blond who was holding on to my ankle.” This sentence also complicates it, because it is connected to the testimony of Tomás D’Alessandro, one of Fernando’s friends who tried to stop the attack and who in his testimony referred to the fact that he grabbed the ankles of one of the attackers. .
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In addition, in another message to a contact not linked to the cause, he expressed after the murder: “We are going to the beach. Previous at home, all the cats come ”. “I just want to drink wine and smoke flowers,” he later added.
The expert Pablo Laborde and the prosecutor Gustavo García (Ezequiel Acuña)
The messages were reproduced by the instructor of the General Prosecutor of Dolores Javier Pablo Laborde, who was in charge of analyzing the content of the phones of eight rugbiers.
In the case of Cinalli’s telephone, the witness read at today’s hearing various messages sent by the defendant shortly after Fernando was beaten to death.
When asked by the complainant Fernando Burlando about whether Cinalli already knew that the young law student had died when he sent those messages, Laborde confirmed that these expressions were written 13 minutes after the “expired” of Lucas Pertossi, referring to the death of Báez Sosa .
The witness also referred to another exchange of telephone messages on the morning of January 18, 2020, when someone asked Cinalli: “What’s up Blas, did they get together? To which the rugby player replied:” Yes, but Don’t say that I said it because I don’t know if it’s heavy or not. We hit one with the ‘perto’, we beat him up, but badly. We came running home.”
“They are not human,” said Graciela Sosa about the rugbiers.
Messages were also displayed stating that they are going to the McDonalds fast food restaurant, that they are “running” so they don’t see them and in which they describe that several young people were injured as a result of the attack.
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“Two convulsed, one we sent to the hospital, without vital signs. Now we are going to McDonalds to see what happens, ”he told a contact, who replied:“ They are the demolishers ”. “Are you blown, friend?” someone asks him. “Yes friend, since the afternoon,” he replied.
“I don’t want to comment, it’s very strong,” said Graciela Sosa —Fernando’s mother— about the chats that were reproduced during the day, to the press.
“I look at their hands and legs because with that they ended the life of my son,” he revealed, referring to the rugby players on trial for the murder. He remarked, at the same time, that none of the rugby players apologized for having participated in the fierce attack.
The mother of the 18-year-old, three years after the last hug she could give Fernando, declared: “They are not human.”
Finally, he announced an event to remember Fernando next January 18 in which a solidarity collection will be made.
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