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Santo Domingo.- Tigres del Licey baseball player Willy Aybar met with National District Prosecutor Alejandro Moscoso Segarra yesterday and apologized to the authorities in the hope that they would assess his case again and lift the three-month imprisonment coercion measures imposed by a court.

Aracelis Peralta, coordinator of the Gender Violence Department, said that they would evaluate Aybar’s situation, after he said that his career was affected by the case, and that he is in danger of losing a work contract in Japan.

“Naturally, he says he had a positive experience and wants us to consider his professional career, his family life, as this has put his future at risk”, said Peralta, adding that “for the moment the Prosecutor's Office has not reached any decision on this case”.

Willy Aybar is accused of violence against his wife and creating a disturbance at his place of residence, as well as of verbal violence against prosecutors Adolfo Féliz and Aracelis Peralta on the day he was arrested.

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Written by: Ricardolito, 27 Dec 2011 10:45 AM
From: Dominican Republic, Zona Colonial
FREE WILLY FREE WILLY and send him to the land of the rising sun ,,after paying a huge penalty to his wife and those he abused ...
Written by: juanb, 27 Dec 2011 12:37 PM
From: Dominican Republic
And exactly what will he have learned if Ricky's forgiveness idea is put into effect.

People must learn that there is a price for antisocial behavior, and that price is more than saying, "Sorry", or paying a small fine. And trust me, the fine will be tiny in comparison with the amount of money he will receive in his contract.

But if he is punished, you can be sure that the next ballplayer to think about abusing his wife, or others, will think about what the consequences may be.
Written by: lovingit, 29 Dec 2011 1:13 AM
From: United States, Delaware
Make an example out of him... have him serve his time and loose his contract.. I am sure he will then learn that actions have consequences.
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