JUNEAU, Alaska - A former Arizona lawmaker convicted in the shooting death of a man at a remote cabin site in Alaska is 2016 was sentenced Monday to 65 years in prison, with 20 years suspended. Mark Desimone showed little expression as he was sentenced. A jury last year convicted him of first-degree murder in the death of Duilio Antonio “Tony” Rosales during a hunting and fishing trip. There was no indication of a longstanding grievance “that would have caused Mr. Desimone to plot Mr. Rosales’ death,” he said. Pallenberg called Rosales’ death an incalculable loss to his family and others who knew him, saying Rosales touched many people during his life.
Source: thestar June 17, 2019 20:31 UTC