25 years in prison for a Mexican who violently killed his married lover and hid her body in Queens, New York

David Bonola, a Mexican arrested in April on suspicion of stabbing to death and then dismembering the body of his married lover in Queens (NYC), was sentenced today to 25 years in prison after pleading guilty to the violent crimereported NBC News.

Bonola, 44, had already confessed before pleading guilty on November 2 to manslaughter for the April 16 murder of Orsolya Gaal (51), whose remains were put in a hockey duffel bag and dumped in a park. nearby after a fight at the victim’s home.

The detainee was caught on surveillance video transporting the severed body of his victim to Forest Park, where he was found hours later by police after following a blood trail. Under his guilty plea he faced a sentence of 25 years in prisonas the Queens district attorney, Melinda Katz, had already advanced.

On Thursday, April 21, Bonola was charged with murder, criminal tampering and criminal possession of a weaponand confessed to the crime. The now sentenced man is a married man, father of two children and was living in South Richmond Hill as a undocumented immigrant. That’s why it could be deportee eventually after serving his sentence.

Today’s sentence coincides with the seventh anniversary of the murder, committed in the early hours of Holy Saturday, last April.

“Two boys are left without a mother, and (the youngest) teenager faces the additional trauma of being home when this heinous murder occurred,” prosecutor Katz said in April. after the arrest and confession of the Mexican worker, accused of the murder of the Hungarian housewife with whom he had a clandestine relationship.

Bonola acted as maintenance worker (handyman) and that was apparently how he met Gaal’s family. The case is one of the most violent homicides of passion in recent years in New York. According to the NYPD, the two had an intermittent clandestine relationship for two years and met on Good Friday night at the woman’s house in Forest Hills, taking advantage of the fact that the husband and eldest son were away, and the youngest was sleeping upstairs. .

Police determined that Gaal was murdered at 12:40 a.m. Saturday, April 16, in front of her home on Juno St. She was stabbed 58 times. Her neck and her upper body were riddled with stab wounds. and he had cuts on his hands indicating that he had resisted the attack.

After the arrest, it transpired that Bonola was a known stalker and had been reported as such to the NYPD, according to several women. Also in April exchanged obscenities with a passerby as he left the 112th precinct in Queens in handcuffs, flanked by five detectives.

The Mexican used to leave “creepy” love notes and ask awkward questions to the baristas at the Starbucks close to Gaal’s home. Bonola came to the United States from Mexico about 21 years ago and appears to have been an aspiring filmmaker who studied at the New York School of Interior Design, according to police and his Facebook profile,” he reported at the time. New York Post.

Amid the lurid forensic details, Gaal was defined by those close to her as a “passionate” mother involved in the education of her 13 and 17 year old sons.

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