Abogado de familia de un estadounidense condenado a cadena perpetua por asesinato de un policía en Italia dice que el veredicto carece de "razón y compasión"

El miércoles, a jury found Anciano Finnegan, 21, y Gabriel Natale-Hjorth, 20, both guilty of several charges – including homicidio, asalto, resistir a un funcionario público, attempted extortion and carrying an attack-style knife without just cause – in the July 2019 stabbing death of Carabiniere Vice Brigadier Mario Cerciello Rega. The pair were promptly sentenced to life in prison after the late-night verdict.

Craig Peters, attorney for the Elder family, laid the blame on the police, saying they failed to follow protocol, resulting in Rega’s death.

AMERICAN TEENS ACCUSED OF FATALLY STABBING ITALIAN COP AFTER DRUG DEAL GONE WRONG

Gabriel Natale-Hjorth, derecho, talks to his co-defendant Finnegan Lee Elder, before a jury began deliberating their fate as they are on trial for the slaying of an Italian plainclothes police officer on a street near the hotel where they were staying while on vacation in Rome.  (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

Gabriel Natale-Hjorth, derecho, talks to his co-defendant Finnegan Lee Elder, before a jury began deliberating their fate as they are on trial for the slaying of an Italian plainclothes police officer on a street near the hotel where they were staying while on vacation in Rome. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

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