Super Bowl LV Invaders Have No Agreement With Florida Judge

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Florida judge Jack Gutman rejected alleged agreement between the prosecution with Yuri andrade Y Douglas schaffler, the invaders

Super Bowl LV in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ win over the Kansas City Chiefs


Luis Cartaya, their attorney, assured the Hillsborough County Circuit Judge that his clients had reached an agreement with the prosecution to plead guilty to a misdemeanor trespassing at Raymond James Stadium, the Tampa Bay Times reported.

As a result, they would serve a six-month probation and would have to complete 25 hours of community service, pay for trial expenses, and write a letter of apology to the NFL.

The judge considers the terms of the agreement unacceptable and rescheduled the case for next month.

“I am familiar with these cases, as they are in most of the world,” Gutman said. “I am not prejudging. However, I analyze the probable cause of each case. They can go to trial. But the way I see this situation – I saw the video – they exposed several individuals to injury who had to chase Mr. Andrade, who had to jump, who had to knock him down. It was a risky situation ”.

One of the invaders, Andrade, was wearing shorts and a pink leotard. Despite this, it is not the first time that an event of this type has occurred, but the judge considered that now many people were exposed.

Andrade told the Times that he and Schaffer studied stadium plans, mapped escape routes and analyzed other failed invasion attempts before going to the game. He said Schaffer entered the field first and distracted the security officer before Andrade ran.

This determination comes on the sidelines of the official start of the new 2021 NFL season with the celebration of the Draft, an event that will begin this Thursday, April 29.

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