“Bad, shameful and mythomaniac” – Libero Quotidiano

“Bad, shameful and mythomaniac” – Libero Quotidiano
“Bad, shameful and mythomaniac” – Libero Quotidiano

The statements of Ilda Boccassini on his past relationship with Giovanni Falcone they created a very heated debate. There are those who do not point the finger at her and those who instead think that the former magistrate should not have tarnished the memory of the judge and his wife, Francesca Morvillo, both killed by the mafia. Falcone’s sister, for example, found Boccassini’s story out of place: “It seems so now lost any sense of modesty and respect first of all for one’s own feelings (which are claimed to have been authentic), then for the life and intimate sphere of people who, unfortunately, are no longer there, can no longer express themselves on real or presumed episodes “.

Maria Falcone expressed her thoughts on the subject in a long letter sent to the newspaper Sicily. He is now sharing his letter on Twitter Rita Dalla Chiesa, which evidently agrees with what was written by the magistrate’s sister. Almost all negative comments under the “silent” post of the presenter. Someone wrote: “Falcone is a symbol, like all those who died to give us a better country. thrown to grim gossip that’s disgusting”.

Someone else commented: “A terrible operation”. To this tweet Dalla Chiesa responded by writing: “Bad, shameful. And then mythomaniac …”. But that is not all. The presenter also replied to other comments. One of his followers, in fact, wrote: “But doesn’t the family think that this woman should be treated?”. “The publishing house should have refused”, replied Rita Dalla Chiesa, referring to Boccassini’s new book, “La stanza numero 30”, in which this alleged relationship emerges.

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