Arkansas Mo Death An A northwest Arkansas man blamed for executing his 6-year-old child by ambushing the youngster with a stick was seen as liable of capital homicide and battery during a retrial.
A Benton County jury restored the decision Wednesday against Mauricio Torres, 50, of Bella Vista, in the 2015 passing of Isaiah Torres. The condemning stage is set to start Thursday. He could be condemned to death or life in jail without the chance for further appeal.
Mauricio Torres’ 2016 conviction and capital punishment were upset by an isolated Arkansas Supreme Court, which controlled 4-3 last April that Arkansas specialists couldn’t utilize assault as an avocation for the homicide conviction on the grounds that the ambush happened in Missouri.
Agents state Torres utilized a stick to explicitly ambush his child while the family was enjoying the great outdoors in Missouri. The kid kicked the bucket at an Arkansas emergency clinic daily after the ambush.
Torres’ lawyers have said his activities were expected as discipline and the dad didn’t realize they could murder the kid.
A clinical analyst affirmed that the kid’s passing was brought about by a bacterial contamination coming about because of homosexuality and constant kid misuse.
Torres’ significant other, Cathy, confessed in 2017 to capital homicide for the youngster’s passing and was condemned to existence without the chance for further appeal.