Genoa, on appeal confirmed the acquittals for the employees of the Municipality of Sanremo “absentee” for the prosecutor
The Genoa Court of Appeal confirmed the solution against the eight employees of the Municipality of Genoa, including the municipal police officer immortalized by video cameras while stamping the card in his underwear as part of the Stachanov operation, who were accused of fraud to the detriment of the State and use of the Brunetta law on the public, for the unfaithful stamping of the card. The prosecutor of Imperia had presented appeal against the sentence of first instance issued by judge Paolo Luppi against eight of the ten defendants acquitted. In the abbreviated trial, on the other hand, 15 sentences were imposed with sentences ranging from eight months to 3 years and 7 months.
In the second degree, in addition to the policeman, the former coordinator of the nursery schools, the former official of the financial service, an employee of the social services, a former employee of the Registry, a former worker, a former official of the procurement service were acquitted. and a former employee of the archive. The Public Prosecutor had not appealed against the then museum and library manager and another accused, today in the Buildings sector, at the time a member of the staff of the mayor Zoccarato.
“The affair ended from a criminal point of view with one sentence that puts an end to years of suffering for innocent people – said the lawyer Alessandro Moroni, defender, among others the policeman -. The judge of first instance had evaluated the procedural documents arriving at conclusions that the Court considered irreproachable “. In addition to the lawyer Moroni, also the lawyers were part of the defense board: Alessandro Mager, Giuseppe Pugliese, Eugenio Bluffi and Carlo Ruffoni.