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Defense attorney Nat C. Perez Jr., on the other hand, told the jury that while it might bother and trouble the jury that Cadriel, 66, had been having an extramarital affair with a 20 year old woman, it "doesn't make him guilty of murder."
Closing arguments made in Cadriel murder trial
The state contends that Cadriel paid the victim for sex and then murdered her. Prosecutors maintain that he had felt used by the victim who had a 20 year old boyfriend, Timothy Ruiz, and had gone into a rage when he had seen her leave with another young man, Jacob Vento, on March 30. State evidence showed that a bullet fragment Omega Seamaster 300 Watchco recovered from the victim's head came from a 44 magnum revolver that the task force recovered from Cadriel's house. March 31 when she purchased $20 of cocaine from Muoz. that day. State evidence also placed Cadriel in Harlingen at several locations on March 30, 2012, including Mireles' house, the Hudson House Hotel, a liquor store, and a convenience store. March 30.
Following the presentation of evidence by both the state and defense and their closing statements, the jury began its deliberations late Thursday afternoon and will continue their deliberations today. on the side of the roadway on the outskirts of Combes, near Expressway 77 and FM 508. She was shot twice on the face, and one time each on the back, chest and genital area.
The defense also told the jury that Ruiz, who had been in jail when she was murdered, could have had her killed. The defense focused on Vento who had been with Mireles on March 30 and March 31, and initially also had been a suspect.
"How many resacas are there in the Valley?" Perez asked, referring to places where the weapon could have Omega Seamaster Quartz 1337
Prosecutor Brett Ferris Pattillo told the jury that Cadriel is a "much, much darker person" than the man they were looking at, noting that he "lives a lie" as Uncle Randy and other aliases, and that he murdered Mireles because he was feeling rage that she had been with Vento.
records only showed that a cell phone, and not Cadriel, had been in the Harlingen area. The defense also said that the cell phone belonged to Cadriel's brother, while the weapon could have belonged to Cadriel's wife, daughter, or son, Donald. The defense also pointed to the failure of investigators to conduct complete analysis of evidence and it also pointed to inconsistencies in the testimonies of several state witnesses regarding the time certain events took place.
secured the telephone records and weapon, and thus the jury should not consider this.
Perez told the jury that if Cadriel had murdered Mireles, he would not have voluntarily met with investigators, he would have fled, or gotten rid of the weapon.
"Mr. Cadriel is trying to get away with murder This is the face of pure evil," the state's lead prosecutor Arturo "Art" Teniente told the jury following the presentation of the evidence in the case. Cadriel is charged by grand jury indictment with the March 31, 2012, murder of 20 year old Brisna Mireles of Harlingen. The case is in the state's 404th District Court before visiting Judge Marisela Saldaa.
The defense also maintained that a task force composed of the Combes Police Department, the Department of Homeland Security and the Texas Department of Public Safety Texas Ranger Division had improperly Omega Speedmaster 2
The defense also countered that the telephone Omega Seamaster 300 James Bond
been disposed. "This case is not about retribution, not about revenge, but about justice," Perez said.
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