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article imageJudge blocks woman's marriage to convicted killer of twin sister

By Katerina Nikolas     Dec 22, 2012 in World
The marriage of a 22-year-old Argentina woman to the man convicted of killing her twin sister two years ago, has been blocked by a judge.
Victor Cingolani is serving a 13-year prison sentence in the Argentina town of Pico Truncado, for the murder of Johana Casas in July 2010. The body of Johana, a model, was found in a field with two bullet wounds. Cingolani had had a relationship with Johana, but she was seeing Marco Diaz at the time of her murder. Diaz is currently awaiting trial for Johana's murder.
Edith Casas planned to marry Victor Cingolani in a prison wedding planned for Friday. Naharnet reported Edith insists Cingloni is innocent, saying he "is a guy who would not hurt a fly. He did not kill her."
For his part Cingolani insists he is innocent. He said "I loved Johana, but I love Edith. I have a beautiful bride and I am going to marry her." He has also said his relationship with Johanna was casual
However, the mother of the Casas twins filed a request for the wedding to be suspended. According to the BBC Marcelina Orellana claims her daughter Edith is "psychologically ill" and "not in full control of her mental faculties."
A judge has now suspended the wedding but will make a final decision on Dec 31 to determine if the couple may wed.
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