He announced that he was leaving his toga to be free to speak. But judge Angelo Giorgianni, councilor of the Messina Court of Appeal, co-author of the controversial book Massacre di Stato. The hidden truths of Covid-19, he may have to continue to answer for his conspiratorial positions and against the Green pass. Area, the left wing current of the robes, asked the CSM to open an urgent case on the magistrate who spoke from the no vax stage at last Saturday’s demonstration in Rome, a day that ended with tensions, violence and the attack on the headquarters of the CGIL . The objective of the practice, to be entrusted to the First Commission, must be “to verify the impact” of Giorgianni’s conduct “on the perception of his independence as a magistrate“, As the toga councilors of Area Giuseppe Cascini, Elisabetta Chinaglia, Alessandra Dal Moro, Mario Suriano and Giovanni Zaccaro write, in a post released after having deposited the request to the Presidency Committee of the CSM.
Giorgianni had explained that he had “resigned from the judiciary, three years ahead of schedule, because I can afford the luxury of doing it and I don’t want to be conditioned at this moment, but I want to be free to freely express my views“. On stage the (ex) toga spoke of “eviction notice to those who illegally occupy the buildings of power“Given to them” by the Italian people “and to want” a trial for them, a new Nuremberg “for” the deaths, deprivations and suffering they caused. As a magistrate – he continued on Saturday from the stage – I have come to honor the sovereign people, and between you and the people I choose the sovereign people and leave the toga “.
Giorgianni had already ended up in the storm as the author of the book “State Massacre. The hidden truths of Covid 19 ”, with the preface by the magistrate Nicola Gratteri, who had had to distance himself from the content of the pages. Giorgianni does not like the definition no vax: “I am for the freedom to decide whether to get vaccinated or not, therefore against the Green pass. I have had previous vaccines, but not this one. There was too much haste, unjustified by the fact that there is early care, as I have repeatedly reported to the governor of Sicily Nello Musumeci and the councilor for Health, Ruggero Razza. At this moment – according to the judge who condemned the violence on Saturday – there is a too important battle at stake, because there are those who want to limit our freedom of thought and impose their own vision. I could not remain a magistrate because I want to be able to speak freely against this part of the state that wants to impose its ideas on us. I am a person of my word, I said I would resign and I did ”.
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