Appeal Denied for Man Convicted in Connection with Decapitated Body at SPI
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND – A man who was convicted for dumping a body has been denied for an appeal.
The body was decapitated when it was dumped off the coast of South Padre Island.
Eduardo Luna was sentenced to 50 years in prison for the killing of ‘Franky’ Palacios Paz.
Prosecutors alleged it was killing was connected to a cartel and argued that Luna’s brother, who works in Border Patrol, helped to cover it up.
The appeals court says the original verdict stands.
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