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Cuevas Pleads To Beating His Daughter With A Belt In SDNY Skype Hearing Made Public

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Oct 29 – Reynaldo Cuevas, while on supervised release, traveled to Massachusetts and beat his 16-year old daughter with his belt. He was ordered free on $50,000 bond.      

  On October 29 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Paul A. Engelmayer held a plea proceeding. Inner City Press covered it. (Initially the docket did not list how to cover it, but Judge Engelmayer's Chambers thankfully quickly responded to the Press  - hats off). 

  Cuevas acknowledged he used a belt. Back on September 21, it was said that the victim, sealed, might not testify. Now some but not all of the violation specifications are being pled to.

The next proceeding is November 16.

The case is USA v. Cuevas, 15-cr-210 (Engelmayer)


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