Family and mates of Sergio Delgado, who died in Burgos on account of an assault at a bachelor celebration, ask for justice | EUROtoday

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Family and mates of Sergio Delgado, a younger man who died on February 24 in Burgos on account of an assault, held a memorial service this Sunday. focus in Madrid to ask for justice and that “these scenes of hatred will not be repeated again”, below the motto 'Justice for Sergio'.

The younger man from Valladolid was in Burgos on February 24 celebrating a bachelor celebration together with his mates. The alleged perpetrator of the occasions, a 23-year-old younger man from Burgos who was arrested on Sunday the twenty fifth, is in provisional jail, investigated by a crime of murder.

Attendees gathered within the Plaza de Isabel II in Madrid, in entrance of the Teatro Real, the place Mutua Madrid Open hung a banner in tribute to Sergio Delgado, who labored as a inventive for campaigns for this occasion, during which a ball seems. tennis on black background designed by Sergio himself and together with your signature.

“The family thanks the Mutua Madrid Open for having made this incredible tribute to Sergio. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts,” mentioned the sister of the deceased, who has not been in a position to comprise the tears remembering his brother.

The sister has requested that the cry of 'Justice for Sergio' not solely stay within the streets however “in all consciences.” She additionally needed to learn a number of phrases from a good friend of Sergio Delgado, who commented that it was a “contradictory” scenario as a result of “it is very painful to be together for this reason, but at the same time very nice to see so many people gathered together who love him.”

The spokesperson for Sergio Delgado's household, Angel Tamayo, in statements to the media, has indicated that “there is no big news” concerning the investigation and that subsequent Tuesday 4 individuals will testify. Tamayo has shared the phrases of “hate crime” that the mayor of Burgos, Cristina Ayala, placed on the desk, who requested that “the full weight of Justice” fall on the alleged perpetrator.