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Emilio Fede, “Old People and in Precarious Conditions.” The court adjourned

On March 30, the Supreme Court upheld the appeal ruling. but for Emilio Vidi, the ex-manager of Tg4 was finally sentenced in 2019 to a ruby ​​bis case for 4 years, 7 months and then 2 years For the case of an alleged image copyThe Milan Supervisory Court granted “a one-year delay in the execution of the sentence” due to his health conditions.unstable“and in”gradual exacerbationAnd for his “advanced age” ie 90 years.

Last night, on a phone call to Massimo Gilletti’s Non è l’Arena, the same former director, who was defended by the lawyer Salvatore Pino, declared that he had returned “free”. Indeed, with the execution of the sentence postponed for a year, which will certainly be extended again, Fede returns to a state of freedom, having previously been in At home and then in foster care on probation. Due to his health conditions, the judges (President Maria Paula Caffarina) wrote that the “re-education function of the government” had been “significantly weakened” and “no serious social traits are currently recognized”.

Theoretically, as stated in the ruling, the cumulative sentence imposed on the former director of Tg4 for the last two sentences is 6 years and 7 months with the set sentence expiring on November 12, 2025. All of this, however, is overridden by the decision reported yesterday to the journalist and his lawyer. The decision led to a kind of early release.

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