Gabriel Fernandez is an eight-year-old boy who died in May 2013 after being severely abused and tortured by his mother and her boyfriend, both of whom were arrested and convicted for his death. This is a new true-crime documentary series on Netflix. This documentary is inspecting the systematic failures of social care. This abuse is inflicted upon Gabriel by his mother and her boyfriend. Gabriel Fernandez is living with his maternal grandparents. Fernandez was shifted with his mother, Pearl Fernandez, for the first time in his life, because she was wanted to assert his welfare benefits.
What happened to Gabriel Fernandez?
- Gabriel Fernandez has died following months of reported unspeakable abuse at the hands of his mother and her boyfriend. In 2012, Fernandez lived with an extended family. The abuse began when he was shifted in with his mom.
- According to prosecutors, Aguirre was tortured Fernandez because he believed the 8-year-old was gay, Newsweek is reported in 2018. Fernandez was abused for beaten, starved, and shot with a BB gun. The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez is sharing further disturbing details.
- In 2017, Dr. James Ribe was revealed that Fernandez’s injuries were so extensive it took him a full two days to complete the autopsy, an unusually long length. Ribe was concluded he died as a result of blunt force trauma, compounded by neglect.
- Between the years 2003-2012, over 60 complaints were filed against the duo with the Department of Children and Family Services. The family was investigated eight times.
Where Are Pearl Fernandez And Isauro Aguirre Now?
- In June 2018, Pearl’s age is 34, and Aguirre’s age is 37. They were convicted of first-degree murder. Pearl was declared to live without the possibility of parole. Aguirre was given the death penalty.
- You want to say that the conduct was animalistic, but that would be wrong because even animals know how to take care of their young, some to the extent that they were sacrificing their own lives in caring for their young, Judge Lomeli said during the declaring.