Crack Siena football, the former president Massimo Mezzaroma sentenced to 3 years in prison – Football
The former president of Siena, Massimo Mezzaroma, was sentenced by the criminal court of Siena for 3 years in prison in relation to the crack of Ac Siena, the Juventus association that failed following his failure to register for the 2014-2015 Serie B championship, where bankruptcy and bankruptcy crimes were contested for various reasons. Mezzaroma himself was acquitted of other crimes along with 7 other people. Among these also the accountant Pierpaolo Sganga, defended by the lawyer Nicola Capozzoli, and at the time a member of the Siena Board of Directors.
The sentence of the court of Siena, president Ottavio Mosti, has declared Massimo Mezzaroma guilty of fraudulent patrimonial bankruptcy. Generic extenuating circumstances have been granted in favor of the manager. Mezzaroma, we read in the papers, was “banned in perpetuity from the office of component of the tax commission and banned from public offices for 5 years, unable to operate a commercial enterprise and unable to manage management offices at any company for the duration of two years, as well as in the same period forbidden from the executive offices of legal persons and companies and from the representation and assistance functions in tax matters and unable to negotiate with the public administration “.
The court then ordered against Massimo Mezzaroma the confiscation of the sum of money deemed profit from the crime attributed and consisting of 4,352,734.00 euros and “if this is not possible, the confiscation by equivalent of the real estate, movable and securities object of preventive seizure, up to the amount “. In addition to the accountant Pierpaolo Sganga, Valentina Mezzaroma, the former board members Giuseppe Bernardini and Alberto Parri, as well as the architect Christian Pallanch, the lawyer Alessandra Amato and the consultant Mario Lattari were acquitted.