Michael Winkleman, the family’s attorney, said the company’s dismissal was “unfounded and misleading.”
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The Wiegand family said it would have been physically impossible for Anello to hang out the window the way Royal Caribbean said.
This case is ongoing.
Anello will not be in jail for accepting the prayer agreement. He earns probation in his hometown.
“This decision was incredibly difficult for Sam and the family, but because the plea agreement does not include jail and no recording of facts, it was decided that the prayer agreement is in the best interests of the family so they can close this terrible chapter and turn their focus to mourning Chloe. and fight for the safety of cruise passengers, ”said Winkleman.
Anello will be sentenced on Dec. 1
0, Puerto Rico prosecutor Laura Hernández told the Associated Press.