Nahir is Galarza He spends his days in the security pavilion of the Women's Prison of Paraná, after his existence convicted of the murder by Fernando Pastorizzo. There, the 20-year-old girl gave the first television interview after the sentence.
She looked across Mariana Fabbiani and Galarza counted details of his relationship with Pastorizzo and described his stay in prison. He also confirmed that he had become the victim gender violence.
"I heard her say words that I never thought I could say," the host ordered. Mariana & # 39; s diary.
In the interview, the convicted woman wore a pink shirt and straightened hair. In a first excerpt, Galarza indicated that on the day of the murder "I could not respond, I did not know what happened, I did not fall".
Nahir Galarza, for the crime of Fernando Pastorizzo.
"What did you think?", The journalist asked. "Nothing, I had nothing in mind … If you ask me how I went to my house, I don't know anymore," said the young woman, who made it clear that it was "a ball of nerves". "I became aware three months after the death of Fernando", he added.
"I notice you repeat that Fernando & # 39; died & # 39; as if it were a natural death," Fabbiani replied. "The one who happened to be or not, the reality is that there is a person who died," was the answer. Afterwards he clarified that he does not want to think about the last image he has of Pastorizzo and remained silent.
The silent pauses and glances were repeated on different occasions: "They communicate more than words," Fabbiani summarized.
"We shouldn't have seen that day, (…) the story would have been the opposite," Galarza said. Then he clarified that "Think of Fernando." "I feel guilty because, in addition to everything that happened to me, he was a person and almost my age," he explained. But he clarified: "If I felt responsible for what happened, I would say no".
Galarza warned that the skills don't tell the truth. "Fernando could have avoided everything", he insisted.
Nahir during the trial in which she was convicted.
On July 3 last year, Nahir Galarza became the youngest woman sentenced to life imprisonment in the country for the "aggravated murder" crime by the couple. The judgment is not yet final and depends on the decision of the Paraná's Supreme Court.