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The strong cross between Nancy Pazos and Georgina Barbarossa for the conviction of the rugbiers for the crime of Fernando Báez Sosa


The host of 'A la Barbarossa' questioned a statement made by the journalist and crossed it on the air.

This Tuesday, February 7, a strong back and forth between

Georgina Barbarossa


Nancy Pazos

originated  while they were analyzing, on

A la Barbarossa

(Telefe), the verdict for the crime of Fernando Báez Sosa.

After the judgment of the trial was known in which they determined that Máximo Thomsen, Ciro Pertossi, Enzo Comelli, Matías Benicelli and Luciano Pertossi received a life sentence as criminally responsible co-authors, the panelist gave her opinion and the driver came out at the intersection.

"For me yesterday was a very sad day from every point of view,

if we are here celebrating that some kids were given life sentences, we are all very bad

," said Nancy.

It was then that Georgina interrupted her and spoke out against her position: 

"Because it wasn't your son they killed,

because if it's your son they killed you, what you want is for them to rot in jail."

“I am not saying that it is wrong that they have been given life sentences, I am saying that I do not celebrate it, that it is a sad day

,” Pazos continued.

And then he explained his point of view: "I am not mainly speaking here from emotionality. I try to speak from a place where we can make things fairly clear.

We cannot celebrate that this society or this type of adolescent or young person who ends up going through all kinds of limits...".

Nancy Pazos gave her opinion and Georgina Barbarossa came out at the crossroads.

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“Obviously, that these boys have grown up and have been like this, it is not only a matter of the parents, it is a social matter.

Therefore, we have to say what we are doing as a society to generate this..."

, Pazos stated.

"We go back to the Roman Colosseum," the driver managed to say, who did not agree with her partner, but followed the thread of what she was trying to explain.

Then, Nancy clarified again: "I am not saying that they release them.

What I am saying is that I am not here to celebrate that in the country we generate adolescents, young people who end up killing a person and going to jail without conscience at the time.

There is something that is certain: this country does not have a death penalty. The specific issue is, what is done with these people? Do they put them in there and keep them until when?"

After the panelist expressed her opinion, Paulo Kablan agreed, on one point, with his partner: 

"I agree with you that it is a sad day for everyone. Beyond the fact that the penalty is correct and they deserve it." .

And then the former participant of

Masterchef Celebrity

added: "But we must say that something has to be done. The State through the laws also acts threatening.

Yesterday's ruling is a threat. It is a precedent. The ruling is very important, but I agree that it is not to celebrate".

Georgina Barbarossa and the pain for the parents of Fernando Báez Sosa after the verdict

After the verdict for the crime of Fernando Báez Sosa was known, Barbarossa spoke about Silvino Báez and Graciela Sosa, the parents of the young man murdered by a group of rugby players.

"Since yesterday, the parents began to watch over their son

," was the comment that the host of

A la Barbarossa made

with great pain when talking about the suffering they have faced since the early morning of January 16, 2020, which was the day Fernando died. .

Silvino Báez and Graciela Sosa, parents of Fernando Báez Sosa.

Photo Emmanuel Fernandez.

The resolution of the Justice was that five of the rugbiers, Máximo Thomsen, Ciro Pertossi, Enzo Comelli, Matías Benicelli and Luciano Pertossi, were considered by the judges as "criminally responsible co-authors for the crimes of doubly aggravated homicide by the premeditated contest by two or more people and for treachery in an ideal contest with minor injuries" and sentenced to life imprisonment.

While Ayrton Viollaz, Blas Cinalli and Lucas Pertossi, as secondary participants, were sentenced to 15 years in prison.


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