Concepción Appeal Court sentenced to two years and one effective day of imprisonment of the two former officers of Carabineros guilty of the the murder of the university student José Randolph in 1985.
After the victim's sisters appeal, Mauricio Vera Cortesi to Jaime Barría Sánchez They must submit the sentence because the appeals court has established that the three-day and one-day sentence with the benefit of the supervised relief, set by the minister in a visit to human rights crimes, Carlos Aldana, was not relevant.
Jose Randolph, a student at the University of Concepción, was killed by police officers in May 1985, after being detained by Carabineros before the police alleged traffic offense.
Probably, before trying to escape they would have been killed – a cause of death was a blow – and a body was thrown into a rocky beach.
Not only that, in the case it was even a suicide letter, who was a fake.
The Court of Appeals noted that all these priorities were worthy of a five-year penalty of effective prison, and also considered that the state of officers of both, at the center of the dictatorship, allows them to be banned.
On the other hand, a Chilean State was ordered to pay 120 million pesos to each of Randolph's two sisters.