BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - An Argentine woman married a man on Valentine’s Day who is convicted of killing her twin sister, according to a report.
Edith Casas, 22, married Victor Cingolani in a civil ceremony that none of her relatives attended, said a report on Yahoo.com.
About 20 people then threw rocks and eggs at Cingolani after the wedding, the report said.
He is reportedly serving a 13-year sentence for killing Casas’ twin sister Johana in 2010.
The report said Casas loves Cingolani and believes he is innocent.
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