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Life Sentence Without Parole for José Bretón?Clemente Ferrer Roselló Salem-News.com
Ruth Ortiz, wife of the murderer José Bretón says he should receive life imprisonment.
(MADRID) - José Bretón received undaunted the opinion of the jury, which found him guilty of the murder of his children Ruth and José of 6 and 2 years. He has been found guilty by a unanimous jury of seven women and two men. According to this jury, Bretón murdered the children with premeditation and perfidious burned their bodies. The jury does not want to grant forgiveness to Bretón.
The condemned rejected that decision with his cool demeanor and staring into space. Now he faces a strict ruling that may make him pass 25 to 40 years in prison. It was a planned infanticide: Breton executed the death of his two children in retaliation against his wife, Ruth Ortiz, who wanted to divorce him. The defense will appeal to the High Court and then to the Supreme Court.
All media are experiencing a serious injustice to José Bretón, in a special way the various television networks, demonizing, impaling him with a public lynching. The first page of a national newspaper titled "The man without feelings."
I do not try to defend a murderer, but a human being. The absolute truth is neither in the jury nor in the Judges of the Provincial Court of Cordoba. Only God knows the hearts of men.
Moreover, the death penalty and its application does not seem to worry too those politicians champions who are censored by this practice. In recent years the number of countries who executed condemned to death has decreased by 50%. Mexico and Liberia are the latest countries that have eliminated the death penalty in their legislation.
The Human Rights Commission of the UN endorsed a resolution which orders all countries in the world to ban the death penalty, to protect the dignity and the inalienable rights of every human person, at every moment of its existence, from conception to natural death.
Life imprisonment is a penalty depriving of liberty indefinitely, usually applied as a life sentence to a felony, such as the murder of children Ruth and José, and therefore involves the deprivation of liberty to death. In most countries where the capital punishment is not supported, life imprisonment without parole is the harshest corrective that can be applied to a murderer.
The murderer José Bretón should face revisable life imprisonment because, if he is released, he could again commit other murders. This was stated by his wife Ruth Ortiz.
Author and journalist Clemente Ferrer Roselló, a prestigious Spanish advertising character, presents a fascinating personal and professional career fully devoted to the world of communication in its varied dimensions. He earned a PhD in Information Sciences from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, BA in Advertising from the Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona Master in Marketing from the School of Marketing Studies in Madrid.
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