Jail term in countries has been a normal occurance in that criminal activities and un-lawful activities are not condone.
But in todays article we are going to view on the youngest teenager to be convicted
Cristain fernandez was convicted in a court of law for killing his 2 year old toddler.
After killing his two year old relative in 2011 the youth was sentenced to jail as an adult with a first degree wrong doings in the country.
Fernandez was jailed for a period of 8 years for the wrongful doings.
He pleaded guilty to the murder charges before he was jailed and given a period to undergo counselling.
He was convicted to murder charges and sexual assult to a minor back then in 2011. He served his 8 year jail term and he was released in 2019 when he was 19 years old.
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