A hundred names under the lens of the Cagliari prosecutor Giangiacomo Pilia, owner of the investigations on the alleged “vaccine cunning”, who would have managed to skip the queues to receive the administration before actually having the right.
The investigation concerns possible cases of “skip the line” in Cagliari, in the Sulcis Iglesiente and in the Medio Campidano and the crime hypotheses are those of embezzlement and abuse of office. At the moment there are no suspects, but the investigators want to see clearly.
In particular, to understand if there were any irregularities during the first phase of inoculation, when the doses were exclusively the prerogative of health workers, guests of retirement homes and elderly people over 80. But in the list being examined by the prosecutor there would also be politicians and self-styled operators law enforcement.
In addition, the Public Prosecutor’s Office, which had a considerable amount of documents acquired at the Ats headquarters by the Guardia di Finanza, is conducting investigations on dozens of changes in the scheduled days and also on the administration of different vaccines (Pfizer instead of Astrazeneca) than expected with the aim of understanding the reasons – and confirming the lawfulness – of these changes.
All the details in Andrea Manunza’s article on L’Unione Sarda in the newsstand.
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