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Telenovela entertainer Pablo Lyle condemned to 5 years in jail for deadly uncontrollable anger punch

A Mexican drama star was condemned Friday to five years in jail for lethally punching a man in a 2019 irrational anger episode.

Pablo Lyle, 36, was sentenced in October for murder in the killing of Juan Ricardo Hernández, 63, after a traffic episode in Miami.
“I’m exceptionally heartbroken,” Lyle said in Spanish to individuals from Hernández family in the court. “I generally petition God for himself and as far as you might be concerned, with everything that is in me.”

The occurrence and resulting battle were caught on surveillance cameras. Lyle’s brother by marriage was driving him and other relatives to the air terminal when their vehicle pulled before Hernandez’s at a stoplight.

Hernandez escaped the vehicle and moved toward Lyle’s brother by marriage at the driver’s window. Lyle and Hernandez then got into a contention. Lyle escaped the vehicle and hit Hernandez upside the head.

Hernández, who was unarmed, experienced a horrendous cerebrum injury and kicked the bucket four days after the fact in an emergency clinic.

Following quite a while of lawful fighting, a jury sentenced Lyle for compulsory murder in October. He pursued the decision yet fizzled. He had confronted a most extreme 15-year sentence.

Notwithstanding the five years in jail, Lyle got eight years of probation, compromise the executives and 500 hours of local area administration.