Igli Tare warns of ‘Repubblica’ and ‘Report’. According to Adnkronos, the lawyer Davide Perrotta formally transmitted in the interest of the Lazio sporting director “deed of signification and warning against the article published by Le Repubblica” and “deed of signification and preventive warning to Report”. Tare, in particular, disputes the article “Football, clan and business. Albanian shadows on Tare’s Lazio ”, published today in“ la Repubblica ”declaring himself to be” absolutely unrelated to the Albanian betting company Top Bast, with respect to which – like his brother Genti – he has no direct or indirect interest “. The article anticipates some of the contents of an investigation of the TV Report broadcast, broadcast tonight on Rai3, in which there is talk of an alleged control by Tare through a figurehead of an Albanian betting company. “I have received a mandate from Igli Tare who signs this letter for ratification and assignment of the assignment to contest the illegality of the statements contained in the publication in question, seriously damaging to my client – reads the notice of notice viewed by Adnkronos – The article in question unlawfully strikes my client, integrating defamatory publication. Igli Tare is absolutely unrelated to the Albanian betting company Top Bast, with respect to which he has no direct or indirect interest. The thesis supported by the journalist and attributed by them to the investigative documents, according to which ‘in fact, the company belongs to the brothers Genti and Igli Tare, respectively Albanian consul in Turkey and sports director of the Lazio sports club’ “.” This thesis – continues the warning – was supported by the journalist, reporting an excerpt of a judicial measure, not even definitive, without carrying out any ver the evidence (sources) attached to the same provision; evidence that in no part gives the slightest confirmation of the gravely defamatory thesis supported. None of the investigative documents attached to the provision (of which the journalist reported the quotation marks, and which are formally referred to in support of the false accusation), has the slightest aptitude to provide even the slightest clue – let alone proof – of the defamatory thesis sustained “.” Indeed. The opposite is true: that is, the e-mails cited by the provision as alleged proof of this false accusation, show that Mr. Genti Tare, in his capacity as Albanian lawyer (at the time, in fact, he was not consul), carried out the own activity under mandate, in the name and on behalf of third-party entrepreneurs “, reads the warning in which it is emphasized that” the defamatory scope, however, is aggravated by the narrative contents and, in particular, by the title of the article that explicitly determines a link between ‘the Albanian shadows on Tare’s Lazio’ and the organized crime in Puglia, described, in the title, with reference to the concept of ‘clan’. Furthermore, the defamatory significance is further aggravated by the journalist’s attempt to link the role of Albanian Consul in Turkey, held by Mr. Genti Tare, to the purchase of the Turkish player Muriqi, carried out by SS Lazio SpA “.