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A New York college student to convicted killer, has been sentenced to a maximum of 30 years in prison in Nicaragua, where he fled after the murder.
Orlando Tercero, 23, was found guilty of in the last year of the murder of a Binghamton University student, 22-year-old Haley Anderson in the Nicaragua court of justice, Nov. 1. The ruling was made on Friday.
Nicaragua, which prohibits the extradition of its own citizens, which have led to a rare court case in New York, the officers of justice, had, in this case, via a video connection through to the inner lining of the witnesses. Tercero is a dual citizen of the united states of america and Nicaragua.
Orlando Tercero, 23, was sentenced to 30 years in prison in Nicaragua, in the northern part of the state of New York, and the deaths of Haley Anderson, a 22-year-old nursing student at Binghamton University. She was strangled to death in 2018. Tercero, fled to Nicaragua after her death.
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Investigators believe that Anderson had gone to sleep, and when Tercero strangled her to death, the Broome County District Attorney Steve Cornwell said Friday, according to Fox 40 In Binghamton.
“It doesn’t get any more sick and depraved than that,” he said after the sentencing, according to the station. “He is not only the physical, but to the prayer of someone who is helpless.”
Anderson’s parents joined Cornwell to look at the order of his office, the station reported.
The friends of Anderson, who is from Long Island, new york, said Tercero had become obsessed with her. I met her in Binghamton, where he was a student at that time.
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Her body was found at his off-campus apartment.
A police investigator testified that Tercero had a letter in his residence to say that he was sorry for it
Cornwell praised Nicaraguan authorities say they have stepped up and fought for the Anderson’s as if they were their own victim.
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“We are all very grateful for it,” he said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.