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Semi-liberty for Amara, prosecutor general Perugia opposes

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Ukraine, Barbieri (Miur):

(ANSA) – PERUGIA, 18 MAR – The lawyer Piero Amara, detained in the Terni prison, has been granted semi-release. It emerges from a press release from the Public Prosecutor’s Office of Perugia which announced that it had filed an appeal to the Supreme Court against the decision of the Surveillance Court of the Umbrian capital, filed on 8 March last, with which the alternative measure was granted to perform in a semi-liberty regime. voluntary and public utility activities.

Provision adopted – always reads in the note from the Attorney General Sergio Sottani – “in contrast to the requests made at the hearing by the representative of the Attorney General”. According to the latter, the Supervisory Court “decided that it could accept the inmate’s request as he expressed his willingness to repudiate the conduct previously held, through the collaboration activity that would be demonstrated by statements, self and hetero accusatory, made to various judicial authorities. To the point that, again according to the decision of the Perugian Surveillance Court, many criminal proceedings that have arisen originate precisely from the intense activity of collaboration, the more lasting the more penetrating was Amara’s involvement in the areas of power “. “Ultimately, again in the opinion of the Supervisory Court – the prosecutor general announced -, the detention process represented for Mr. Amara an effective sense of liberation from life attitudes conducted in the past, which led him to exalt himself of the success achieved in his career and the resulting power, so with respect to the crimes committed we are witnessing a process of rethinking the experience, with the commitment to real change “.

However, the Attorney General disputes these assumptions and therefore challenged the decision. (HANDLE).

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Source: Ansa

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