The 22-year-old had spent 33 months in prison, and now the tribunal has admitted that she had been unintentionally dismissed and was therefore released.30 years in jail sent for dismissed, now dismissed (photo: Oscar Rivera / AFP)Justice El Salvador proclaimed life in the case of a 22-year-old girl who was sentenced to 30 years in prison because she was rejected. Now the bourgeoisie has acknowledged that Evelyn Beatriz Hernandez she was unintentionally dismissed, so she was exonerated - writes 24th. The girl was 18 when a gang member was raped. He did not report the violence because he was threatened to deceive. She didn't know she was pregnant at 32 weeks and had gone abdominal. His mother found him bloody and immediately hospitalized him. Doctors told her that before she was unconscious, her baby was born and the baby was found dead.Despite the examinations, the baby died naturally in the womb or in the womb. The defense was abortion first, but soon it was changed to infant murder. In 2016, thirty years were spent in prison. It is believed that Evelyn did not go to exams and did not focus on fetal health. The girl and her mother, on the other hand, stated that they did not know about the pregnancy. ordered Evelyn's defense lawsuit to apologize: "No offense," she said. Bertha Marna Deleуn, one of your lawyers. But the covenants wanted to make life stricter, forty years in prison. My plan was to continue my studies and progress toward my goals. I'm happy, "Evelyn Beatriz Hernandez, 22, told the court after she was released from prison after 33 months. El Salvador's laws on abortion are extremely stringent: she has been here since abortion is prohibited if the result of rape or blood infestation or if the life of the mother or the fetus is at risk. In Latin America, many countries have similarly stricter rules. In El Salvador, women can receive up to eight years in prison for abortion, but if the defense is changed to infanticide, the penalty can be up to 30 years. According to human rights organizations, at least 16 women are Thanks to activists, 30 women have been rescued in the last decade due to a lack of evidence. Evelyn's case is the first one for the new president, Nayib Bukele June, when he came to power. A politician is opposed to abortion, but has previously said that "If a poor woman is rejected during pregnancy, she is automatically suspected of having an abortion. It is a social injustice." He said he paid attention to human rights, and that women's rights activists hoped to see a positive change in the law on abortion during his presidency.
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