• Fri. Oct 22nd, 2021

Cucchi case, Giuliano Giuliani: “Every now and then a correct sentence”

Byeditorial

May 7, 2021

“Every now and then a correct sentence arrives, but I still think that no action has ever been taken against those magistrates who had said that Cucchi had died of malnutrition. Unfortunately, the judiciary is full of this scum, but there are also honest and serious people, judges who carry out their work with honor and dignity “. Giuliano Giuliani, father of Carlo Giuliani, the boy killed during the 2001 G8 clashes in Genoa, says this to Adnkronos, after the sentence of the Assize Court of Appeal of Rome in the Stefano Cucchi trial which sentenced to 13 years of imprisonment the carabinieri Alessio Di Bernardo and Raffaele D’Alessandro for manslaughter. “All my comments – he adds – can only be these after all – we too have met the worst of the worst in the courts of Genoa as regards Carlo. Indecorous people who have not even allowed a trial to take place”.