Death of Maddalena Urbani, the trial of Abdulaziz Rajab opened today in Rome before the Court of Assizes of Rome. The Syrian pusher is accused of voluntary murder with possible willful misconduct in competition with Kaoula El Haouzi for the death of the 21-year-old daughter of the doctor-hero Carlo Urbani who was the first to isolate the SARS virus. On March 27 last year, the girl was found lifeless in the man’s home, in the Cassia area of Rome. Her death was due to a mix of drugs and drugs. The trial came after the Rome Prosecutor’s Office requested and obtained immediate judgment. At today’s hearing, the victim’s mother and brother, represented by the lawyer Giorgio Beni, filed a civil action. The Syrian pusher is currently detained while the residence obligation has been lifted in El Haouzi and has returned to freedom. The charge concerning them was read at the opening of the hearing. “In competition with each other, they caused the death of Maddalena Urbani (…) with the conduct consisting in failing to provide timely and adequate medical assistance, which would have allowed the lethal event to be avoided, despite the fact that the symptoms of intoxication and in any case of severe malaise had already manifested itself in the evening hours of the previous day, while Urbani was at Rajab’s home with her friend El Haouzi, with whom she had gone there starting from Perugia “. At the next hearing, scheduled for April 5, technical consultants and friends of the Syrian who arrived at the apartment and tried to revive the young woman will be heard. The sixty-four-year-old pusher, defended by the lawyer Andrea Palmiero, was sentenced last October to 2 years and 8 months in shortened rite for possession of drugs aimed at dealing. The story was linked to the discovery of some doses of heroin in his apartment.
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