At 1:17 p.m. sharp, the reading of the sentence for the defendants in the trial by Fernando Baez Sosa began.
The verdict made the defendants guilty of the murder.
Clarín traveled to Zárate, to investigate how this city
where the now condemned
lived lived this key day.
The streets, through which more than once they themselves walked.
they were emptying as noon approached.
Something typical of the dynamics of the place.
Nothing linked to what was about to happen in Dolores and what was followed in the rest of the country on every TV screen.
note in Zárate.
A deep, striking, almost symptomatic indifference.
Fed up of the neighbors before the questions of this chronicler, before an event that put the municipality in the focus of all eyes and for which it will surely be remembered.
Indifference also reigned in the city's Yacht Club.
The bars were not full, people did not follow the reading of the sentence carefully, many did not want to answer questions.
One bar even chose to turn off the television so as
not to broadcast the verdict
An express order to leave it turned off or "we don't usually put the news here" were the justifications expressed.
The same indifference was lived in the Club Náutico Arsenal de Zárate, where the condemned played rugby.
In this hot midday children come out after spending the morning there.
The caretaker at the gate says something: "Those who play rugby are on a separate court, they only pass through the gate."
With the attitude of the neighbors, Zárate seems to want to break away or leave behind once and for all any connection with the eight -now- guilty of the murder that occurred in Villa Gesell three years ago.
Zarate. special envoy
News in development
News in development
Crime of Fernando Báez Sosa: they are preparing the transfer of the rugbiers and the Justice has already defined where they will be detained
Verdict for the crime of Fernando Báez Sosa: they ask that two of the rugbiers who did not come to trial be investigated for false testimony