In the Parana Women's Prison, a woman answers Infobae & # 39; s request and says in a serious tone:
-Agency Priestly Service.
– Hi, I wanted to talk to Nahir Galarza.
The short woman. In the second call, the same voice says:
– Can you happen to me with Nahir?
– Hi, sorry, I didn't hear well. I joked with a friend. Nahir can't speak because we turn on the plan. This is a landline for detainees. Are you on it InfobaeDoes not? We know everything it says about Nahir and me.
-He wrote that she was harassed by a partner. And he names me. And I saw no abuse. Is more the girl she blames was massaged, caressing her ear, and Nahir said nothing. Another thing: Do you know that she threatened us with death? He told us not to sleep peacefully. We would not wake up. But you put what she tells you.
– Tell me your version. Your name?
-It does not mean anything. I am a cop and I am unfairly detained. And I understand Nahir's father who is the force and that is why we always take care of her. Until he took us down. I do not know why No one harassed or bothered her. But let's leave it there. She says we hang on to her fame. And it's not like that.
On March 14, Nahir reported a partner for abuse. "One of the girls told me that when I was bathing, a partner climbed up on a chair to spy on me and watch me nakedbecause the bathroom had no roof. And sometimes he looked at me through a peephole. Once he groped me. "He also said that underwear disappeared.
The round of testimony included the statement of other Nahir companions: not everyone supports her complaint.
The defendant is Ludmila Sotowho until last year was one of Nahir's best friends in prison. In fact, when Infobae He visited her to Nahir only to interview her, they used to talk and process bills. But the relationship changed. For a while, a restriction on approaching Nahir came to weigh Soto. Then they changed it.
Soto was a police officer and charged with illegitimate detention with functional abuse, abuse of duty and illegal restrictions. It is suspected that along with eight other police officers illegally detained nine youths in 2012 and practiced shooting in a field in front of a platoon.
But Nahir this week was with his head on another case. When on Wednesday, his mother Yamina told him that the Concordia Criminal Cassation Chamber had life imprisonment confirmed against him for killing two shots Fernando Pastorizzo on December 29, 2017 in Guaeguaychú, Nahir was injured, but was not surprised by the news.
"I am convicted before trial began"he said. Her mother embraced her and asked her not to lose hope.
Judges Silvina Gallo, Darío Perraud and Adolfo Lafourcade dismissed the appeal filed by Nahir's defense attorney, José Ostolaza, who had requested that the crime be considered a "wrongful death", who has a maximum sentence of five years in prison and who did not take into account what she declared in the trial: that he suffered gender violence and that it was an accident and not a murder.
The fight with his companions
When Soto was terminated, Soto objected: He sent a letter to the prison authorities. “It's a lie. I did not abuse her. He says it to shut me down because I know it she had a plan with her father to escape because she doesn't think she'll be here for 35 years, and she also said that if she kept bothering her, she would hang Griselda Bordeira, one of my companions, with a towel. "
Soto said four months ago that they changed sleep in fear of being killed by Nahir. And what the young woman "had studied various ways of killing" and appeared "at night, as if she were a ghost, at the foot of the bed."
Actor Pablo Zoff made statements and there are conflicting testimonies. Some say Nahir is lying. And others who tell the truth: that the defendant touched her tail.
According to Nahir, he defended himself against Soto with a warning. "I asked her not to be confused, to stop doing it, not to be confused because we were friends, I also like boys and she has a boyfriend."
"Nahir is lying," said former police officer Griselda Bordeira, who was jailed for drug trafficking and released. "He says that because he always hated me and even talked badly about me with journalists just for the press and fame," Nahir said.
"He threw himself several times, cornered and suggested having something, and Nahir made clear that he liked boys. He lived a very ugly moment."he said Infobae A close friend of the young woman.
Soto also said that night Nahir walked strangely. “He stands in the dark staring at us. Sometimes he climbs on a piece of furniture and doesn't stop looking at us. "
"Everything is false. Now it turns out I'm a damn ghost? They have to call the exorcist. But they advised me not to follow the provocation game because while I study, read or write, they do nothing and annoy me, ”Nahir said.
The origin of animosity with Bordeira arose in November 2018 when Nahir had a dispute with his partner. When it turned out, Nahir was listening to music in his headphones when he heard that Bordeira was criticizing her. They argued, and the relationship was strained. Bordeira started calling the media to say that Nahir had threatened her. The young woman always denied him, accusing his partner of being a liar and of seeking fame.
"I'm tired of so much shit", Complains Nahir. It also bothers him to be asked if he has a girlfriend. "I'm not an actor or model," he says. He states that he only wants to think of the poems he writes (some are based on his dreams or nightmares), on the books he reads (from hopscotch from Julio Cortázar to The man and his symbols by Carl Jung) and in the topics to be reproduced in Psychology. But the relationship with two of her companions and court decisions does not seem to give her the peace of mind that she, despite being imprisoned.