“They don’t know how to live and therefore they commit crimes” – Libero Quotidiano

“They don’t know how to live and therefore they commit crimes” – Libero Quotidiano
“They don’t know how to live and therefore they commit crimes” – Libero Quotidiano

A Half past eight we talk about justice and the judiciary. This is the reason why the magistrate could not be missing Nicola Gratteri. In the living room of La7 da Lilli Gruber the toga reveals the well-known Italian emergency: full prisons. It’s at Paolo Mieli who points out to him how many are immigrants, Gratteri replies with a theory of his own: “They don’t know how to live and therefore they commit crimes“. And again:” For the work I do, I travel the world and I have seen that elsewhere it is the same. There are immigrants in prisons. “Then the thrust of the Catanzaro prosecutor turns to the Interministerial Commission for Justice wanted by the Ministers Marta Cartabia e Mara Carfagna: “This commission is offensive, the Catanzaro district is the most efficient in Italy”.

Finally we talk about the story of Luca Palamara, former member of the High Council of the Judiciary under investigation for corruption: “He was part of a college, he did not decide alone so he can’t be the ogre.” Of the same opinion Mieli who remembers how Trojans capable of capturing wiretaps were only for him. “And they didn’t always work – recalls Gratteri -. Ten years ago these technologies were not there, if not everything would turn out“.

Shortly before he had been the former director of the Corriere della Sera to take the defense of politicians: “We don’t always and only talk about politics, this time it is the fault of the magistrates. Not all of them – he specifies -, but a part”. A statement that the presenter agrees, she too does not go for the subtle on the subject.

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