translated from Spanish: Chubut: He was convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend of 30 stab wounds

The Chubut Justice convicted a man for murdering his ex-girlfriend of 30 stab wounds in June 2018, in the Chubutense city of Trelew.Se is about Carlos Archie Philipps, 32, who was convicted of «double aggravated femicide» in unanimous judgment for the crime of Carlos Archie Philipps, 32, who was convicted of «double aggravated femicide» in unanimous judgment for the crime of Carlos Archie Philipps, 32, who was convicted of «double aggravated femicide» in unanimous judgment over the crime of Carlos Archie Philipps, 32, who was convicted of «double aggravated femicide» in unanimous judgment for the crime of Carlos Archie Philipps, 32, who was convicted of «double aggravated femicide» in unanimous judgment for the crime of Carlos Archie Philipps, 32, who was convicted for «double aggravated femicide» in a unanimous ruling for the crime of Carlos Archie Philipps, 32, who was convicted of «double aggravated femicide the 25-year-old actress Evelyn Lehr. Although the confirmation of the time of the sentence remains, a decision that is in charge of the judges of the sixth chamber of the tribulies of Trelew, César Zaratiegui, Sergio Piñeda and Mirta Moreno, by the legal classification would be a sentence for «life imprisonment». The case
In June 2018, Lehr died at home after being attacked in the bathroom and receiving 30 stab wounds to the liver, heart and lungs. As credited with at the trial, the young woman received Archie Phillips because they had had a two-and-a-half-year relationship. At one point, Evelyn was in the bathroom and the man stormed in to attack her, without giving her a chance to defend herself. The convicted man’s defender, Romina Rowlands, tried to claim that it was not a «femicide,» but a «homicide aggravated by the relationship of a couple but in mitigating circumstances.» In addition, he argued that his defendant, at the time of the crime, suffered a «psychotic outbreak» motivated by the consumption of alcohol, cocaine and marijuana.

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