The onetime handyman who viciously stabbed his housewife lover Orsolya Gaal to demise inside of her Queens house was slapped with a 25-12 months prison sentence on Wednesday.
David Bonola, 44, agreed to the hefty sentence previously this thirty day period when he pleaded guilty to initially-diploma manslaughter in the brutal April 16 slaying of the married Forest Hills mother.
“The defendant stands prior to you today obtaining taken obligation for this violent and senseless act of using the life of Orsolya Gaal,” Assistant District Attorney John Kosinski informed Queens Choose Michael Aloise in court docket Wednesday.
“It devastated their loved ones, stunned the neighborhood and left two sons to go ahead in existence devoid of their mom,” Kosinski said.
Gaal’s spouse and their kids were not current in the courtroom for the sentencing, nor was Bonola’s family.
The previous handyman stalked Gaal, 51, and followed her house from a local bar on the night time of the murder — confronting her in the basement of her Queens dwelling and stabbing her a lot more than 50 occasions in a bloody in shape of rage.
He then stuffed her human body in a hockey bag belonging to 1 of her sons and wheeled it to a mountaineering path around Union Turnpike, leaving a trail of blood behind.
Cops employed the killer’s bloody boots to help observe him down.
“He’s finding the greatest sentence for the manslaughter and so in that respect, this is a just result,” Queens District Legal professional Melinda Katz explained to The Write-up outside the house the courthouse.
“It was a fantastic case against him,” Katz reported. “We had the proof that supported the conclusion that this was murder, and so at the stop of the working day he pled to the leading rely of manslaughter and he acquired sentenced on that leading count.”
Bonola, a Mexican nationwide who is in the state illegally, advised cops he thought Gaal contaminated him with HIV all through their two-calendar year affair.
The Write-up later discovered that Bonola, a married father of two, experienced a behavior of leaving creepy like notes for baristas at a regional Starbucks prior to the grisly crime.
“He was creepy, he stalked people today,” said Oliwia Pikulinski, who previously worked at the chain espresso home outlet. “It was recognized. Absolutely everyone understood he was a weird personal, specifically in the Starbucks on Austin Road.”