The sentence considers that Carmen Merino “participated actively” within the demise of Jesús María Baranda to “financially reap the benefits of the cash” after being named common inheritor within the will Until now, solely the cranium of the sufferer has been discovered, Jesús María Baranda
Carmen Merino, the protagonist of the media case referred to as the ‘crime of the top’, has been sentenced to fifteen years in jail. It is the penalty that Justice of the Peace Agustín Alonso has imposed on her for the beheading of her boyfriend, Jesús Mari Baranda, of whom solely her cranium has been discovered.
Then the homicide was dominated out, so the Prosecutor’s Office and the personal prosecution lowered their request to fifteen years, the utmost in the sort of crime.
The sentence could be appealed to the Superior Court of Justice of Cantabria (TSJC).
The ruling considers that Carmen Merino “actively participated” within the demise of Jesús María Baranda to “financially reap the benefits of the cash” after being named common inheritor within the will.