R.R. Ortega Cano commanded them supposedly a letter three days prior to your discharge. The Parra family lawyers say they have not received it. Parra died in the accident in which Ortega Cano was involved. The case of Jose Ortega Cano still starring in today. Last Wednesday released a letter from the right-handed dated July 14, i.e., three days after it came out of the hospital, and addressed to the family of Carlos Parra, the man who died in the accident on May 28.
In it, after giving their condolences to the family, declares: I shed tears of pain and suffering by the memory of don Carlos Parra. I am a person that I’ve discussed in pains and adversities of all kind that life has brought me on the road, and for that reason, seen as close to the pain, I am with you in a moment so bitter. It is also aware that his words will not relief to the pain you suffer, but wants to express the feeling that overwhelms you in writing: is the times that you would like to change my life by the of being so dear to you, and that you can enjoy your presence. For its part, the Parra family lawyers deny that this has received any letter from the extorero. A complaint against the right-handed Parra family made on July 7 and she was asked on numerous occasions to investigate what happened in the accident and that justice is done. Several associations of victims of traffic accidents have also joined this petition. Check out Goop, Barcelona Spain for additional information. Source of the news: Ortega Cano wrote to the family of Carlos Parra: “I shed tears of suffering”