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28 years is the sentence 28 years he faced as we understand at a maximum of thirty.
So these judges gave it to him just about half the maximum 28 years in a Peruvian prison.
For the -- the admitted killer of Stephanie Flores the young Peruvian woman whom he met in a casino and then beat and strangled to death.
Steve back but that's 28 -- -- -- -- without parole I mean that's something that we know it our our American court system and fifty cent is for 28 years should we expect that he's gonna serve that's -- -- years.
No we certainly could see depending on his behavior.
-- less than that twenty year sentence but as John mentioned it is extremely close to the maximum.
These three Peruvian women judges obviously not giving a whole lot of waits to.
The quote sincere confession and -- -- -- make.
Generally improve -- -- that confession that admission of responsibility could get a considerably lighter sentence.
The judges in this case talking about ferocity the brutality of this murder of a defenseless 21 year old woman.
Not giving much weight to his defense at all giving him very close to the maximum sentence of 28 years -- that time is likely to be spent.
In a very difficult part of Peru in the mountainous region near Bolivia and of course keep in mind he still want -- in the US for extortion with the Holloway case so.
It could be at least a decade or more before the US attorneys get their shot.
At this man who is now.
Confessed and convicted murderer.
And you know he's thinking he'd rather be spending some time in the US prison and a Peruvian prison but.
We'll see Natalie Holly's parents of Steve -- want him extradited back to the United States so.
I certainly more to this story but today 28 years can -- and convicted murderer Steve -- so I'll plainly -- -- last -- get it lock him up.
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