Saturday, 31 October 2020

On Monday 10 suspects of a triple homicide in Sardinal will face justice

As reported by the Press Department of the Judiciary, the Criminal Court of Puntarenas, on Monday, August 20, will begin the trial of the case for the deaths of a Dutch couple and a pawn in Sardinal, on December 27, 2015.

Ten suspects face trial in the brutal murder of the Dutch couple Hans Snelders and Sita Dhawtal and their hired hand.

The detainees are linked to a criminal organization that was engaged in violent robberies. However, on that December day, they did what authorities say, the unusual by murdering the people in the house.

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