Nahir Galarza is in an ordinary women's prison in Paraná and sentenced to life imprisonment. From the very first moment when he had to sleep in a cell, Galarza tried to maintain a regime resembling his life in freedom. He never refused a strict diet or academic aspirations and always sought solace, despite the circumstances. This Saturday is one year since he killed two bullets of his boyfriend, Fernando Pastorizzo. That day his life changed forever. And since then he had to adapt your existence to the criminal's daily life,
He never took responsibility for the death of Pastoritstso. In his last statement, he insisted that the gun was accidentally released. But neither the judges nor the prosecutors believed him. A prison routine was created in prison, similar to the one he lost. In the first days of the detention in the chamber of the Women's Commissariat of Gualeguaychu, he retained courage with clonazepam, exercise and numerology,
Nahir Galarza is already serving a sentence in the Parana Women's Prison.
There, Nahir spent his days in the cell, which was the best at the police station, avoiding any contact with other detainees. He never went out to the courtyard and tried to keep his place clean.
He was then transferred to the Paraná Penitentiary Department No. 6. And his routine has completely changed. Away from his family, surrounded by strangers and under strict regime, which he must abide by.
There are 88 female prisoners in this prison. 60% have a strong belief, and the rest do not. Most of them are shared inside and distributed in seven pavilions, where in each of them almost everything is separated, except for the bed. In one of those pavilions is Nahir. With her, four other women live togetherEverything is connected with the police.
Day after day is very hard. He has to get up at six thirty in the morning to have breakfast and start the working day. Around 13 he dines with his companions. Then he has One hour a week to go out into the courtyard, play sports, breathe and relax a little,
Dinner at nine o'clock in the evening, when the doors of the pavilion are closed and the prisoners are preparing for bed. The next day, everything starts again.
Nahir turned 20 years old there, and he decided to continue his studies in law. At that time, the young woman’s defense argued that she was locked up in block 9 in Gualeguaychu, a typical prison with a farm, 70 hectares of land and a dormitory instead of pavilions next to her family, as she was during eight months in the women's police station. At this first stage, his mother, father, and brother in a three-on-three cell with a cement table and a small fan visited him weekly. His mother carried him glasses with biscuit, books and magazines,
Galarza will be visited by a young man whom he met in prison.
Already imprisoned, he decided to make the constitutional history and civil law the last two subjects, which were not enough to complete the second year of law school. A young woman has a term of two years to be able to approve these subjects. As she told the prison warden, Nahir pretends to be a lawyer and then a doctoral student. In October of this year, they took her to Concepción de Uruguay to perform. But despite the fact that he studied all night in his cell, failed two subjects,
Some time later, he broke the silence. “I was disappointed by many people,” he said. In this sense, he argued in a dialogue that it was published Infobae: “Of all my friends, only one remained.”
Nahir said that although she was never angry with her friend because she stopped talking to her, she feels frustrated. In particular, for two of them whom he has known since he was twelve years old. However, she stressed that the last time she was alone helped her to think differently. "Each person decides what to do and who to have as a friend, so I am not offended by anyone."
“I became new friends,” he said later, but clarified: “Now I see it differently by calling a friend or a friend.” The young woman also said that she does not take any insult she receives as “something personal”. “Before I judge, I think this person is completely different from me,” he explained.
“We all need to meet at some point,” he said. In her case, she stressed that the imprisonment and the lack of people with whom to talk helped her to know herself more. "Everyone needs to meet in moments of loneliness",
His life in prison is not easy. Recently, he gave a strong fight with a convict for drug trafficking. It happened on the weekend of November when Galarza was listening to music on headphones. Apparently, he heard some comment from prisoner Griselda Bordeira and began a discussion that included death threats caused by the intervention of the penitentiary institutions.
After this bad drink, the prison life of Nahir turned upside down when he met Mathias Kaudan, a 20-year-old man who was imprisoned for drug trafficking (he was released in the last hours). They met when Kaudana went to visit his paternal grandmother, who is also in prison for drug trafficking in the same prison as Nahir. According to the lawyer of the young man Augusto Lafferrier, "they are friends and want to communicate."
This week, the judge gave the go-ahead to Kaudana visit Nahir. Visits will be weekly and do not yet include intimate meetings. The lawyer also assured that if his client is justified, what eventually happened will be his intention to visit Nahir.