Marbella strangler found guilty


A JURY has found a man accused of strangling another to death in Marbella guilty.

The public prosecutor is demanding a 14 year jail sentence and €74,300 in damages for the victim’s mother.

The accused explained in court that he met his 39-year-old Argentinean victim in a Marbella bar and later went home with him under the impression that there would be a party with both men and women present, which was not the case.


Once at the victim’s home both men consumed alcohol and cocaine and the accused claimed he didn’t remember whether they had sex, although the public prosecutor insisted that there was physical evidence that they had.

The accused, who repeatedly stressed that he wasn’t homosexual, claimed to have strangled the man and killed him unintentionally while trying to defend himself from his advances. 


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