Former MLB pitcher Sergio Mitre convicted of murdering child in Mexico, sentenced to 50 years in prison

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(Content caution: This short article includes troubling information about a series of criminal activities dedicated versus a kid.)

Sergio Mitre, a previous pitcher who appeared in parts of 8 big-league seasons, was sentenced to 50 years in jail today after being condemned of raping and killing his then-romantic partner’s 22-month-old baby, according to the Mexican publication Proceso. An autopsy exposed that the kid passed away of hypovolemic shock, or loss of body fluids triggered by Mitre.

Mitre was likewise bought to pay more than $66,000 in restitution damages to the victim’s household, per Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald.

Mitre, who will turn 41 years of ages in February, dedicated the abhorrent acts in July 2020. According to the kid’s mom, Liliana Ines, Mitre reacted strongly when she rejected his command to get an abortion when she was 4 months pregnant. Mitre initially attempted to conceal the kid’s death by declaring it was the item of a mishap. He consequently tried to validate his act by raising the abuse Liliana sustained from a previous romantic partner. 

Mitre had actually formerly been jailed in 2019 on the charge of domestic violence versus a previous partner, according to the New York Daily News. He did not deal with prison time for that offense, nevertheless, and rather he paid a fine of 20,000 pesos. 

Mitre pitched for 4 groups throughout his time in the majors: the Chicago Cubs, New York Yankees, then-Florida Marlins, and Milwaukee Brewers. He had actually been an active gamer in Mexico as just recently as 2019.



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