(ANSA) – CALTANISSETTA, MAY 24 – The investigation into the content of yesterday’s Report transmission, with the search carried out by Dia against “a journalist who is not under investigation”, aims to “verify the authenticity of the sources”. This was stated by the prosecutor of Caltanissetta, Salvatore De Luca, underlining that the “search does not in any way concern the information activity carried out by the journalist, although it is presumably subsequent to a macroscopic leak of information, concerning the acts carried out by other judicial office “.
“The statements are completely groundless – adds De Luca – about the existence of specific and timely statements made by Alberto Lo Cicero”, first as a confidant and then as a collaborator of justice, which would have allowed “to avoid the massacre of Capaci and bring forward the capture of Salvatore Riina by a few months “. Lo Cicero’s declarations, De Luca observes, “are totally denied by the documents acquired by this prosecutor both from the archives of the carabinieri and in the context of the related criminal proceedings of the Palermo Public Prosecutor”. “The negative feedback – adds the prosecutor of Caltanissetta – emerges from the transcripts of the environmental interceptions made against Lo Cicero, before his collaboration, as well as from all the reports of summary information and interrogation made by the same before the aforementioned events” . His statements, observes De Luca, “are totally denied by the documents acquired by this prosecutor both from the archives of the carabinieri and in the context of the related criminal proceedings of the Palermo Public Prosecutor”.
The prosecutor De Luca also states that “Alberto Lo Cicero both during the intercepted conversations and during the interrogations he made to the public prosecutor and the carabinieri, made no mention of Stefano Delle Chiaie”.
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