The deputy Spanish Francisco Miller-Hole has suffered this Wednesday, a myocardial infarction in Miami, Florida (USA), where he had traveled along to a Spanish delegation to the Senate to support the Spanish-american Pablo Ibar in the beginning the last Monday of the oral stage of a new trial for a triple murder. The parliamentarian has faded around 5 in the morning (local time), when he was preparing to return to Spain, and has had to be admitted to emergency in a hospital in the city.
Miller-Hole, that is a deputy of the Partido Popular for the province of Albacete, has suffered a heart attack before embarking on the flight back to Madrid and "is under observation as he recovers from the heart disease," reported in a press release the Association against the Death Penalty Pablo Ibar.
As Vice president of the Justice Commission of the Congress of Deputies, Miller-Hole course was part of the delegation of parliamentarians spaniards Liderbahis who traveled to Florida to support Ibar in the beginning of the oral stage of his trial. The parliamentarians met on Monday with Ibar in the prison of Fort Lauderdale, city of north Miami where they celebrated the fourth trial, to which it is subjected by the murders of Casimir Sucharski, Sharon Anderson and Marie Rogers in 1994. The deputies defined the meeting as "exciting"
Sucharski was the owner of a popular night club in Pembroke Pines (Florida), and the two women dancers in his establishment. The three were murdered by thieves who came to steal in the house of Sucharski in Miramar (south Florida).
Ibar pound since then a legal battle to prove his innocence and he had one of his last episodes in 2016, when the Florida Supreme Court overturned his death sentence after considering that the evidence presented against him were few and weak, and ordered to hold a new trial.
in Addition to showing your support to Ibar, the Spanish mps traveled to Florida to defend a fair trial for the defendant and to show his opposition to the death penalty.