“Yes, Francesco Greco has violated the law”. The toga feud in Milan reaches unprecedented heights. Pieracamillo Davigo, in connection with Giovanni Floris in DiMartedì, unloads a barrage of suspicions and accusations on the Milan prosecutor, who in turn a few days ago in an interview with Corriere della Sera had attacked the former colleague in the time of Mani Pulite.
“It is an irresponsible act to have released the secret investigative reports from the perimeter of the investigative secret – explained Greco on the Amaro and Loggia Hungary case -. the CSM abandoned those minutes. An embarrassing fact “.
Davigo, who according to the daily newspaper would now intend to sue Greco, countered on live television: “I know that the registration in the register of suspects of Amara took place only six months after the acquisition of the crime report, after the Pg della Cassation, informed by me, called Greco “.
Prosecutor Storari had turned to Davigo, at the time still a member of the Higher Council of the Judiciary, because Greco did not give the green light to the registration of the witness Amara, who had released potentially devastating declarations on a secret lodge, precisely defined Hungary , which he said brought together magistrates and men from the institutions. As to why Greco didn’t do it right away, Davigo urges, “I don’t know”.
“But would he have committed a crime in this way?” Asks Floris. “Yes, in fact Greco is under investigation for abuse of office”. Guerrilla scenes in an increasingly Balkanized Italian judiciary.