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Photographer Kote Caezudo sentenced to 28 year and two month imprisonment

Kote Cabezudo was sentenced to 28 and two months imprisonment for various sexual abuse, fraud, rape and child pornography crimes.

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Photographer Kote Caezudo sentenced to 28 year and two month imprisonment

Kote Cabezudo was sentenced to 28 and two months imprisonment for various sexual abuse, fraud, rape and child pornography crimes. Between March 7 and April 13, Kote Cabezudo was charged with abusing minor models during photo sessions, and sharing their nudes on paid pornography sites without their consent. crimes.

Two months after the Kote Cabezudo trial was concluded, the first section court of the Gipuzkoa Chamber, which is composed of three magistrates has sentenced Cabezudo for 28 years and two more months in prison. He must also pay 116,000 euros as compensation.

The Prosecutor's office charged him with 32 criminal acts, which were committed against 16 victims. They requested a sentence for him of 250 years imprisonment. Private prosecution representing 17 women asked for 2,627 years in prison. The defense requested a free acquittal.

The photographer from San Sebastian was finally convicted of ten out of the 227 charges he was facing. Child pornography and assault are two of the charges. He was sentenced to seven year imprisonment for the latter, the maximum sentence in a resolution of over 400 pages and the longest sentence in the history of Gipuzkoa Provincial Court.

The verdict against Kote Olaizola is much more generous than the parties expected. The court also decided not to deduct the possible crimes of testimonial fraud that might have been committed during an oral hearing.

The Penal Code stipulates that the maximum sentence can be executed in 20 years.

You can appeal against the sentence to the Supreme Court and not the High Court of Justice of the Basque Country. This is because the judicial process began in 2013 and was completed before the 2015 law reform.

Kote Cabezudo stated that he "never" did any "action that was not voluntarily consented." Since May 4, 2018, the photographer was in Martutene prison's preventive detention. The maximum legal term for preventive detention was completed on May 4. He was released by the Martutene prison court. Cabezudo was awaiting to be sentenced for additional causes and is still an inmate at the Martutene prison.

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