MILAN. The Milanese prosecutor Paolo Storari, now formally investigated for revelation of office secrecy, was summoned by the Rome prosecutor’s office as part of the investigation into the “leak of news”: the secret reports of former Eni external lawyer Piero Amara who, for the investigators through the CSM employee Marcella Counterfeit (now suspended), would have reached the editorial offices of various newspapers.
Storari, accompanied by the lawyer Paolo Della Sala, will be questioned on Saturday morning. In April 2020 the prosecutor, complaining about the “inertia” of the Milan prosecutor who had not yet opened an investigation file on the alleged lodge Hungary, of which Amara had self-reported to be part, with important personalities of the judiciary, of the business world and the police, he gave those minutes informally to the then councilor of the CSM Piercamillo Davigo, to “protect himself”. An error which does not respect formal procedures and which is now being contested.
Davigo will also be heard by the Rome prosecutor’s office on Wednesday morning as a person informed on the facts. The former councilor of the CSM, after receiving those minutes from Storari, would have talked about it in early May with Davide Ermini, vice president of the CSM and with the Attorney General of the Cassation Giovanni Salvi. On 9 May, the Milan prosecutor’s office opened the file to investigate the alleged secret lodge and in January the documents were sent for competence to the Perugia prosecutor’s office.