Previous Puerto Rican fighter Felix Verdejo has been condemned to two life terms for his part in the severe homicide of his 27-year-old pregnant darling, Keishla Rodríguez. The government judge gave over the sentence after profound articulations from Rodríguez’s loved ones. Verdejo had recently been found liable in July of charges connected with the hijacking and passing of both Rodríguez and her unborn youngster. His lawyer has expressed that they intend to pursue the sentence.
During the preliminary, a companion of Verdejo, Luis Antonio Cádiz, affirmed that Verdejo had forced Rodríguez to have an early termination. He further uncovered that upon the arrival of the homicide, Verdejo punched her, infused her with a poisonous substance, and afterward, with Cádiz’s assistance, attached her appendages to a concrete block prior to losing her a scaffold into a tidal pond out so everyone can see. A post-mortem later affirmed the presence of fentanyl and xylazine, a narcotic utilized for creatures, in Rodríguez’s framework.
The stunning case has ignited calls for better assurance for abusive behavior at home casualties in Puerto Rico. Verdejo, who had partaken in the 2012 Olympics and had an expert boxing vocation, presently faces the results of his horrific acts.