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Nahir Galarza has a love: they ask Justice to facilitate the meetings – 12/22/2018


After justifying to live about the murder in the cold blood of her boyfriend Fernando Pastorizzo In Gualeguaychú, Nahir Galarza (20) restarts his sentimental life in prison and I'll be in a couple again.

The surprise news is known a week after the first anniversary of the pastorizzo crime, on December 29, which Galarza made for the highest penalty in last July.

According to UNO Entre Ríos newspaper, the boy's new love is called Matías Caudana, arrested – and prosecuted – for integration band narco led by his father, Elbio Gonzalo Caudana.

The young man and Galarza met when Caudana was authorized to visit her father's grandmother in Paraná women's prison, who sent a sentence about selling drugs.

Nahir Galarza to Fernando Pastorizzo.

Nahir Galarza to Fernando Pastorizzo.

"Passes from the men's jail (UPI) to the UPVI (for women), met Nahir. Matías had the permission of a family approach to this woman, the mother of Elbio Caudana, "said Augusto Lafferriere, Caudana lawyer.

The lawyer presented a presentation to the Federal Court of Paraná so that the defendant could be seen with the person convicted of a homicide " deepening relationship relationship ".

"I do not know exactly what circumstances Matias and Nahir met, but they definitely have crossed into the women's jail and that's where they became friends, and then this is start the relationship that is now trying to consolidate "Lafferriere added.

Galarza has been detained since the last 30th of December, when he appeared before the courts and acknowledged that he had murdered his pastorizzo boyfriend with two shots with his father's gun gun.

After spending a large part of his collection at the Gualeguaychú and Women's Youth Association, she is currently serving her sentence at Paraná Women's Prison.

Last November, Galarza was the news to face another prisoner. According to reports, the woman argued with a former municipal officer who was condemned for drug trafficking. The strong fight included crossing the threats of death, so they had to interfere with the holders.

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