In March, a jury indicted 41-year-old Jorge Palacios of first-degree murder and abducting to submit assault on account of Jacqueline Piazza of Whittier, Calif. On Friday, Palacios was condemned to life in jail without the likelihood of parole, in addition to an extra 25 years, KTLA reports.
The conviction comes precisely 18 years to the day after the bare collection of 13-year-old Piazza was found in a remote territory of Elysian Park, found simply behind Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles. She had been assaulted and shot twice in the head
Legal hearers additionally discovered Palacios liable of “uncommon condition” claims, finding that the wrongdoing was submitted “in the commission of assault, prurient follows up on a tyke and hijacking,” as indicated by a news discharge from the Los Angeles District Attorney.
Piazza’s homicide was unsolved for about two decades until the city’s burglary and murder division united with the group and opiates division and revealed new proof in 2012 that indicated Palacios and three other men.
Another jury is thinking about similar charges against Rogelio Contreras, 42, Melvin Sandoval, 40, and Santos Grimaldi, 36. Grimaldi is likewise confronting an extra charge identified with claims that he utilized a weapon during the wrongdoing. The men are set to show up in the Los Angeles County Superior Court on August 23.