Requested the transfer of Paolo Storari, the prosecutor of the Amara- case

Requested the transfer of Paolo Storari, the prosecutor of the Amara- case
Requested the transfer of Paolo Storari, the prosecutor of the Amara- case
from Luigi Ferrarella

The request of the Pg di Cassazione Salvi: urgently move prosecutor Storari from the Milan prosecutor’s office: “And he must no longer be a prosecutor.” In 2020 Storari had delivered the secret minutes to the then director of the CSM Davigo

Urgently expel the prosecutor Paolo Storari from the Milan public prosecutor’s office, and transfer him ex officio as a precautionary measure without being able to exercise the functions of prosecutor even in the new headquarters. To ask the disciplinary section of the High Council of the Judiciary, as rarely happens even in the case of robes under investigation for very serious crimes, is the Attorney General of the Cassation, Giovanni Salvi, holder of the disciplinary action exercised against Storari. That is, of the prosecutor who in April 2020 – to protect himself from the inactivity that the leaders of the Public Prosecutor had practiced for 4 months on the controversial statements of the suspected former Eni lawyer Piero Amara on an alleged secret association called “Hungary” – had the minutes secreted to the then director of CSM Piercamillo Davigo were delivered in word format. Who, to revitalize the investigation, spoke about it in May 2020 to the CSM precisely with Salvi, who phoned the Milanese prosecutor Francesco Greco, determining the first registration of crime reports and the start of coordination with Perugia; with the vice president of CSM David Ermini; with the President of the Cassation Pietro Curzio (third member of the CSM Presidency Committee); and with five other CSM directors.

The misconduct

Three “serious misconduct” that Salvi complains to Storari on the disciplinary level (separate from the criminal in which Storari is being investigated in Brescia for revelation of secrecy), asking the CSM to transfer him urgently for “serenity of all the magistrates of the district” ( which therefore could now take a public position) and for «media relevance in the meantime not ceased».
The first is that the “informal and informal” delivery from Storari to Davigo of unsigned copies of the minutes “on an alleged secret association which also included two CSM advisors”, having been made “to a single CSM director” and «Unbeknownst to the Milan prosecutor», he violated the formal procedures (delivery in envelope reserved for the CSM Presidential Committee) obtainable from two CSM circulars of 1994 and 1995.

Failure to dissent

The second arises from Greco’s May 7 report, taken by Salvi to accredit that, until the minutes were delivered to Davigo, Storari had not “formalized any dissent on the alleged slowness or shortcomings of the investigation”; and that only then he had requested in writing investigative activities and registrations of suspects (in the first proposal not including Amara also self-reported). “Irrelevant” for Salvi is that Storari intended to stir up 4 months of vain reminders verbally to Greco, to the joint prosecutor Laura Pedio, and to the other deputy Fabio De Pasquale: he should have “ritually presented” the grievances to them, and then if ever to the Milanese attorney general and the CSM. Instead Greco and Pedio, thus “not made aware in advance of an effective and formalized dissent on the conduct of the investigation”, in Salvi’s opinion “were the subject of an underground campaign of discredit objectively put in place by Storari, moreover to the internal of the CSM “.

The leak of news

The third complaint is that, after the journalist of the Everyday occurrence Antonio Massari warned the prosecutors that he had received anonymous reports from Amara (which will only recently be discovered sent by the woman who was Davigo’s assistant at the CSM until October), Storari did not refrain from investigating the leak with Pedio. There, for Salvi, Storari should have told the bosses that in April it was he who delivered the minutes to Davigo, which could therefore potentially be the same ones then conveyed by the anonymous to the journalist.
Above all Salvi values ​​the accusation that Pedio in the report of last May 6 makes to Storari: that is that Pedio, after having agreed with him via WhatsApp in January 2021, the assignment to a computer expert to try to understand if the minutes had been stolen on paper or stolen from the PCs of the Prosecutor’s Office, “he then ascertained that only on March 8” Storari had given the task to the expert on the papers sent to the newspaper and instead still nothing on the office PCs. Behavior that Salvi describes as a “slowdown” and “obstruction” of the investigation.

The other investigation

Gravity, for Salvi, “is not even partially eliminated by other circumstances that have emerged in this period of time”. The cryptic reference is perhaps to the facts of the other investigation by the Brescia Public Prosecutor’s Office, which, for the hypothesis of refusal of an official act, investigates the deputy prosecutor De Pasquale and the prosecutor Sergio Spadaro to verify whether the two prosecutors, holders of the trial Eni-Nigeria, which ended last March 17 with all acquittals, did not disclose certain evidence to the court. And that is precisely those which, discovered by Storari in another investigation with Pedio, and reported by him to her and the bosses at the end of 2020-beginning 2021, undermined the reliability of Vincenzo Armanna, co-defendant but also accuser of Eni, on whom the Prosecutor of Greco had invested a lot both in the De Pasquale trial and in the investigation of Pedio and Storari pending for years on Eni’s judicial misdirection.

July 24, 2021 (change July 24, 2021 | 07:24)


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