No bail for the three men arrested over the murder of Samuel Luiz

The father of one of Samuel's assailants 'I have no strength at all'

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Judge sends the three men arrested for the murder of Samuel Luiz straight to prison without bail.

The Coruña Provincial Prosecutor’s Office has requested that the three men arrested for the murder of young Samuel Luiz on the Riazor Beach promenade be admitted to prison without bail and the judge agreed.

The only one the prosecutor has not asked to be admitted to jail is the woman arrested for allegedly cheering while attacking the young man. In addition to these four detainees, the National Police also arrested two minors, who will go before the magistrate in the next few hours, because unlike the rest of the detainees, juvenile jurisdiction does not allow them to spend the night in jail due to their ages.

Regarding the classification of the crime, sources from the Superior Court of Justice of Galicia have reported that the judge will determine whether it is homicide or murder throughout the investigation of the case.

The only one who has not been sent to prison, the woman, was ordered to court by the judge since the Prosecutor’s Office had not requested she be detained.

Court of Instruction Number 1 of La Coruña Instruction 8, is the place where the actual trial will be held and a heavy police presence will be required due to the sensitivity of the case. 

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