Havana: Martí busts desecrators convicted

Havana: Martí busts desecrators convicted
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27 January 2021
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The People's Provincial Court of Havana reported, this Tuesday, on the holding of an oral and public trial in which three people accused of desecrating, in January 2020, busts of the National Hero, José Martí, were sanctioned.

After the trial was held last December, the People's Municipal Court of Plaza de la Revolución, the territory where the crime was committed, sentenced Panter Rodríguez Baró to 15 years of imprisonment.

Yoel Prieto Tamayo was sentenced to 9 years of imprisonment, while Jorge Ernesto Pérez García was sentenced to one year in prison.

The three defendants have the accessory penalty of deprivation of their public rights while in prison, with the consequent civil liability to repair the material damage caused, following the value of the property affected.

In the early hours of January 1, 2020, the defendants began to spill pig's blood on busts and banners of Cuba's National Hero and other heroes of the Revolution.



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