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The Supreme Court will review in December the 15-year prison sentence imposed on the 'King of the Cachopo'

The family of Heidy Paz awaits the delivery of the mortal remains once there is a final sentence.

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The Supreme Court will review in December the 15-year prison sentence imposed on the 'King of the Cachopo'

The family of Heidy Paz awaits the delivery of the mortal remains once there is a final sentence

MADRID, 21 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The Supreme Court will review on December 14 the appeal filed by César Román, known as the 'King of Cachopo', against the sentence that sentenced him to 15 years in prison for the murder of Heidy Paz in August 2018.

The magistrates of the High Court will deliberate and make a decision regarding the appeal after it has been admitted for processing, as stated in a resolution, to which Europa Press had access. The hearing will be held behind closed doors.

The appeal presented by the businessman's lawyer challenges the ruling of the Superior Court of Justice of Madrid (TSJM), issued last March, for violation of rights, which confirmed the sentence imposed on Román by the Provincial Court of Madrid.

The lawyer for the young woman's family, the lawyer Alexis Socias, hopes that once there is a final sentence, the mortal remains of Heidy Paz will be delivered to them to bury her in her country of origin, Honduras.

Heidy's torso, which was found in August 2018 in a suitcase located in one of the convict's ships, has been since then first at the Forensic Anatomical Institute and now at the Valdebebas Institute of Legal Medicine.

The torso is considered key evidence since a security ring was located inside it that belonged to one of the canisters of caustic soda that César would have used to unsuccessfully eliminate the trace of the girl murdered days before, according to the sentence on the 5th. August 2018.

César Román's lawyer refused to hand over the body, considering that the cadaveric remains should be kept "under the same custody in which they remain now, since they can be useful for an effective defense, as well as a fair procedure." .

In their ruling, the TSJM magistrates stated that "the relational linkage of all the elements declared proven has such a consistency that it unequivocally leads to a conclusion: César killed Heidy, amputated her corpse (cutting off the head, arms and legs) and tried to destroy it by means of chemical dissolution and fire, later fleeing from Madrid and being located in Zaragoza".

They also recalled that in Zaragoza, where he was arrested, "he used various identities in order to hide, only to be finally arrested when the owner of the establishment where he had found work revealed his presence, after being recognized on a television program."

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