Friday, October 15, 1999
Two convicted for Schlosberg murder
The two men charged with the attack, rape and murder of Weston native Carol Schlosberg in Puerto Escondido, Mexico have been found guilty. Cirilo Artemio Olivera Lopez and Rosendo Marquez Gutierrez have been sentenced to 40 years in prison, the maximum sentence under Mexican law. Schlosberg's family, including Jim and Lynda Bazin of Ember Lane, was relieved to that these men have been convicted and that justice had been served.
On March 28, 1998, Schlosberg had been attacked during a mid-day walk along Zicatela Beach. An artist and former teacher at Yale University, Schlosberg had been vacationing in Mexico with her boyfriend who was at the couple's hotel during the attack.
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