The Valladolid man who in February 2017 fired several shots with a Kalashnikov assault rifle from his home and hit three cars, including a taxi, and the façade of a nearby school has been condemned on Tuesday with a sentence of five years and a day of jail, in front of the eight that initially requested the Fiscal Ministry. The defendant, J.J.B, has been acknowledged as the author of a crime involving the deposit of weapons of war and other ongoing crime of damage

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