Der Prozess gegen die Erziehungsberechtigten und Sozialarbeiter eines ermordeten Jungen lässt die Frage aufkommen, wie das System in. Der steht von Anfang fest, ebenso das Opfer: Der 8-jährige Gabriel Fernandez wurde mit schweren Verletzungen ins Krankenhaus eingeliefert. Mai wählt Pearl Fernandez den Notruf. Ihr achtjähriger Sohn Gabriel atme nicht mehr. Als die Ersthelfer in der Wohnung im kalifornischen.
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Sie wurden beschuldigt, die Bedeutung der physischen, seelischen und emotionalen Verletzungen, die Gabriel erlitt, bagatellisiert zu haben.
Somit wurden sie wegen Kindesmissbrauch und Verfälschung öffentlicher Aufzeichnungen angeklagt. Allerdings wurde die Anklage wieder fallen gelassen, da die Staatsanwälte nicht beweisen konnten, dass die Sozialarbeiter die Pflicht zur Kontrolle der Täter hatten, sowie die Fürsorge oder das Sorgerecht für Gabriel.
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Gabriel Fernandez was killed on May 24, after lying in the hospital, brain dead, for two days. During the trial, the prosecution painted a picture that was disturbing and distressing in its graphic nature.
Aguirre decided to take his case to trial and was found guilty, receiving the death sentence. Fernandez pleaded guilty in February to murder and torture in exchange for life in prison without the possibility of parole.
During the trial, it was revealed that Gabriel had been starved, kept in handcuffs and shot with BB guns. Court records also detailed that Gabriel had been doused with pepper spray, forced to eat his own vomit and locked in a cabinet with a sock stuffed in his mouth to muffle his screams.
Pearl Fernandez called on May 22, , to report that her son was not breathing. When paramedics arrived, they found Gabriel naked in a bedroom, not breathing, with a cracked skull, three broken ribs and BB pellets embedded in his lung and groin.
Over the next several months that same teacher reported Gabriel coming to school with scratches, a busted lip, and a swollen face with bruised dots.
Gabriel attributed these to being punched and shot with a BB gun by his mother. During investigations, Gabriel retracted his statements because social workers failed to interview him without his mother present.
He said that when he was able to speak to Fernandez on the phone, she claimed that Gabriel had moved to Texas with his grandmother.
Fernandez and Aguirre have both plead guilty to capital murder and torture in order to avoid the death penalty. They will both be in prison for the rest of their lives without the possibility of an appeal or parole.
As a result of the investigation, LA County has changed training methods, including training visits with more senior social workers and real-life training scenarios to help social workers gain experience before going out into the field.
However, the changes come too late for Gabriel Fernandez. In mid another child died in a similar manner. Aguirre met Pearl Fernandez roughly a year and a half to two years before they took custody of Gabriel Fernandez.
He is 6 feet 2 inches tall. Aguirre was charged with first degree murder with special circumstances of torture for murdering Gabriel Fernandez.
He pled not guilty; however, the jury found him guilty and recommended he be sentenced to death, which was accepted by Superior Court Judge George G.
On May 23, , Pearl Fernandez and Isauro Aguirre were arrested; Fernandez was arrested for felony child endangerment while Aguirre was arrested for attempted murder.
Pearl Fernandez pled guilty on February 15, to her charge as part of a plea deal to avoid the death penalty, and was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole.
In court she stated, "I want to say I'm sorry for what happened. I wish Gabriel was alive. Every day I wish that I would have made better choices.
I'm sorry to my children, and I want them to know that I love them. Isauro Aguirre pled not guilty to the charge of first degree murder with special circumstances of torture, and the case was prosecuted by Deputy District Attorney Jon Hatami and Deputy District Attorney Scott Yang.
In September , jury selection began for the case. Questionnaires were given to prospective jurors, and they were informed that the trial could last as long as six weeks.
The jury composition was seven women and five men. When the trial began jurors were given details about the extensive abuse Gabriel Fernandez went through in the months preceding his fatal beating.
Prosecutor Jon Hatami called Aguirre "pure evil" and argued that he deserved the death penalty even though it "doesn't even compare to what he did to Gabriel.
Defense attorney John Alan argued that Aguirre was considered to be "kind" and "compassionate" during his employment at the retirement facility, and that he had never committed a crime before meeting Pearl Fernandez.
Jury deliberation began on November 14, , and a verdict was reached the next afternoon. Ultimately, the jury found him guilty of first degree murder and guilty of the circumstances of torture charges.
The next day the jury was deadlocked; however, on December 13 they decided to recommend the death penalty, which was accepted by Judge George G.
In the months preceding his death, Fernandez showed his injuries or reported abuse to a security guard , family members, and a teacher, which led to several calls to social services to no avail.
After being hit with a metal belt, he asked his teacher, Jennifer Garcia, if it's "normal to bleed. On another day, Fernandez came to class with chunks of hair missing and a lump on his lip.