Five violent fans of River Plate were condemned to a life sentence imprisonment for a crime against one fan of this soccer club. This Thursday the Court Nº 15 of the Federal Capital condemned the five men responsible for the death of Gonzalo Acro, who was murdered on 2007.
Pablo Giron, Ariel Luna, Ruben Pintos and the brothers Alan and William Schlenker, received a life sentence, while Martin Lococo was sentenced to 10 years behind bars.
Acro was murdered on August 7 of 2007 in the middle of a fight between the rivals that fought for the control of the violent fans group known as “Los Borrachos del Tablón.” Now River Plate has fallen to the second division in the Argentinean soccer for the first time in all his 100 years of history. (AV)