Tiziano Gravier agreed to go to an abbreviated trial with the two subjects who attacked him at the bowling alley exit. Now the son of Valeria Mazza hopes that it will be the justice that defines what the sentence will be for the two subjects.
Germán Pugnaloni stated that the individuals admitted being the perpetrators of the beating that the model’s son received. The hearing will take place this Wednesday afternoon, and the Gravier family’s lawyer speculates on what sentence the attackers could receive.
Jesuán Ezequiel Monzón and Franco Ezequiel Zampini face charges for “serious intentional injuries.” Pugnaloni hopes that the subjects receive a suspended sentence of 3 years in prison, they must also take a course at INADI for discrimination. In addition, he affirms that both should be available for campaigns or state actions that arise.