BRESCIA, 18 JAN – The Milan prosecutor Fabio De Pasquale and the prosecutor, now in the European prosecutor’s office, Sergio Spadaro have been indicted in Brescia. The accusation against them is a refusal of official acts, since, according to the hypothesis, they would not have deposited evidence favorable to the defendants, later all definitively acquitted, in the Eni-Nigeria trial. This was decided by the Brescia investigating judge Christian Colombo who set the hearing for next March 16 and accepted the hypothesis of the prosecutors Donato Greco and Francesco Milanesi, who argued that there is evidence to indict De Pasquale and Spadaro . According to the reconstruction reiterated this morning in the courtroom, the two Milanese prosecutors did not “voluntarily” deposit evidence favorable to the accused in the Nigerian case to the defense. In the civil proceedings is the former honorary vice-consul in Nigeria Gianfranco Falcioni, a former defendant in Milan, and the Ministry of Justice has been cited as civilly responsible. (HANDLE).
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