July 11, 2019 12:30
Updated July 11, 2019 at 13:15
The Criminal Cassation Chamber of the Supreme Court ratified this sentence on Thursday for 29 years and 6 months against the former Sibineh officer Jose Ramon Perdomo Camacho, who was guilty of murdering a young man who participated in anti-government protests in 2014.
Perdomou Camacho was found guilty of accusations of "a deliberate deliberate assassination committed with treason and senseless reasons, as well as misuse of the use of organic weapons provided for and authorized by Article 405, in relation to Article 406, figures 1 and 2, the Criminal Code."
In a press release from the Supreme Court, it was said that this decision was made in Sentence No. 130-2019, where the complaint filed to defend Perdamo Camacho was rejected, and the verdict was ratified.
TSJ believes that "the submitted case does not meet the requirements required by Article 451 of the Criminal Procedure Code".
Bastille Yes Costa died on February 12, 2014, when he was with a group of protesters protesting against Nicholas Maduro's regime between the corners of Tracabordo and Monroe, the municipality of Liberadadora, Caracas.
A 23-year-old student at the University of Alejandro de Humboldt, Caracas, lived in Guaítre. He was one of the first victims of the protests against Maduro in 2014.
TSJ ratifies sentence of 29 years and six months for the murder of Basil Dakost https://t.co/z9YnfzyHlo pic.twitter.com/K8zavXluim
– TSJ Venezuela (@TSJ_ Venezuela) July 11, 2019